Plants at Edible Landscaping
Berries - Blackberries
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Blackberries to Europe...
Triple Crown Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberry Triple Crown Close up Triple Crown is named for its three attributes; flavor, productivity and vigor. This very hardy variety offers two other attributes; disease resistance and very large berries. The thornless blackberry ripens for about one month from end of July thru August. Semi-erect, the canes can be trellised or pruned to be free standing in summer to an easy picking height of 42". Does well on East and West Coasts and to Homestead, Florida. Space @ 5' circle or 5' apart in prepared garden beds 5' wide. Zones 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 inch pot  own roots$6.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$56.00


Kiowa Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberry Kiowa berries in hand Kiowa is an extremely large berry and 10 can fill a half-pint container. The best quality and best firmness of all varieties. Long harvest season of 6 weeks. Heavy producer. 1996 University of Arkansas introduction. Thorny bush. Kiowa is a low chilling variety, probably as low as 200 hours. Native Space 5' circle or 5' apart in 5' wide beds. Zones 6-9. Plant Patent #9861 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$10.00


Arapaho Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberry Schultz Fruiting Arapaho is the earliest ripening thornless variety. Lots more to pick at once because it ripens its fruit in a 4 week period. Can be planted farther south. Arapaho needs only 400-500 chill hours.(hours with temperatures below 45 degrees F) Plant Patent # 8510. The outstanding characteristics of Arapaho are its thornless, erect, self supporting canes, good fruit quality, earliness of ripening and its ability to establish a full fruiting row quickly. Zone 6-8. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00
1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  own roots$25.00


Apache Blackberry - Rubus spp
Blackberries Schultz Bowl Apache, Plant Patent #11865 is an erect thornless blackberry similar to Arapaho with larger fruit and seed, ripening 15 days later than Arapaho. Resists orange rust. Fruits are sweet when ripe. Very productive. Tip new canes at 42" during growing season. The newest thornless blackberry introduction from University of Arkansas breeding program. Selected because of its great flavor, good yield and very large fruit. Six week ripening period. Space 5' apart in 5' wide rows. For one plant space plant in a 6' circle. Zone 6-8. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00



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Chester Thornless Blackberry - Rubus Spp
Blackberry Chester Chester is an early, fine tasting, semi erect thornless blackberry. I remember sampling Chester when it was a numbered seedling at the University of Maryland's Cherry Hill Research facility, and I enthusiastically promoted its flavor. Hardier than many varieties. Fruits are sweet and juicy, though as all blackberries they must be left on the plant until they come easily off the calyx. Zone 6-8. Space 5-6' apart in beds 5' wide. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$13.00


Osage Thornless Blackberry - Rubus species X
Blackberry Osage Osage thornless blackberry is the thirteenth release in a series of erect-growing, high-quality, productive, floricane-fruiting blackberry cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture. An enhanced effort in the improvement of flavor in blackberries has been underway in the Arkansas program for a number of years, and Osage was developed with the intention of advancing flavor to a higher level in a thornless blackberry cultivar. Osage ripens mid-early. Average weight usually 6-7 g; soluble solids (sweetness) 11%; mostly round shape. Zone 6 - 8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00
4 2 inch pot  own roots$18.00
1 3 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$20.00


Prime Ark Freedom Thornless Blackberry - Rubus species X
Blackberry Prime Ark Freedom Prime Ark Freedom is the first thornless primocane fruiting blackberry. A blackberry usually grows one year and doesn't fruit until the following season. Freedom fruits this way very early in the season, but then fruits again in the fall where the climate is suitable. Freedom also has exceptional fruit size, good flavor and the plant grows upright and needs little or no staking. Zones 6-8 space 5'circle or 5' apart. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 3 inch pot  own roots$6.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Berries - Blueberries
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Blueberries to CA,...
Northland Blueberry - Vaccinum corymbosum
Blueberry Northland Northland is a northern type blueberry. It is a cross with a northern low bush variety. In the north its low stature makes it hardier than most because it get insulated by snow. 15-20 lbs. of fruit on a mature bush is not uncommon. Medium size berries are of high flavor similar to wild low bush . Height is 3-5' at maturity, space @ 5' circle. Selected in MN for its dark blue wild flavored berries and low stature. It's an attractive landscape plant with yellow orange fall color. Native Hardy. Zones 3-7.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 inch pot  own roots$8.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$28.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$64.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Tifblue Blueberry - Vaccinum ashei
Blueberry Tifblue fruits in cup Tifblue is a well known standard for southern blueberries. It is most dependable and adaptable. Beautiful fall leaf color. Berries that stay on the bush get sweeter and sweeter and can be picked into September at the nursery. Leaves turn red in the fall. Height 5'-6' in the North; 8'-10' in the South. Ripens in July in central VA. Space 6' circle in zones 6 & 7 and 8' circle in zone 8. Native Zones 6-9.  

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00


Powderblue Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Powderblue fruit Southern Type Blueberry - Late, large, powderblue fruit. Fine distinct taste. Height 5-6' in the North; 8-12' in the South.Space 6' circle in zone 6 &7 and 8' circle in zone 8. Powderblue is adaptable to different soil types and long lived. Powderblue leaves are very ornamental. Ripens in late August in our area. Fruits can stay on the bush into the fall. Native Zones 6-9.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 inch pot  own roots$6.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$60.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$70.00



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Climax Southern Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Tifblue Fruit On Plant Climax is a southern type blueberry with large berries ripening uniformly with a sweet flavor. Ripens about 1 month before Powderblue. Leaves have a blue hint and are very ornamental, turning red in the fall. Everyone should have a Climax in their backyard! Native Zones 7-9. 

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O'neal Southern Highbush Blueberry - Vaccinium species x
Blueberry Oneal June O'Neal's large dark blue fruit is considered the best tasting of the southern highbush varieties and flavor will not deteriorate under hot weather conditions. Fruit size is very large and attractive. Plant height around 6' and well proportioned, O'Neal plants have great ornamental value in the fall when their leaves turn. Widley grown in North Carolina and even South America. Space @ 5' circle. Introduced from NC. Berries sweeten up early. Fall color is orange and wine. Native,needs 500-600 chill hours(temperature time below 45 degrees F) Zones 5-9.  

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00


Star Southern Highbush Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum X
Blueberry Star Large Calax Star is a southern highbush blueberry introduced in 1996 from University of Florida. Height 6'-10'(10' in the deep south) Ripens early with later (10 days) blooming habit, making it more frost tolerant. Very large fruit with an attractive calyx resembling a star. Excellent quality and very adaptable to soil types. Our sweetest blueberry offering. Star is resistant to root and leaf diseases and Botryosphaeria stem blight. Most ripe berries on young plants can be harvested in 2 pickings. On mature plants up to 8 pickings. Native, needs 400 chill hours.(temps below 45 degrees F in winter) Space 6' circle. Zones 7-9.  

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Sunshine Blue Dwarf Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei x corymbosum
Blueberry Sunshineblue 2010 Sunshine Blue is a compact dwarf southern highbush blueberry. Adaptable to different soils and climates, from San Diego to Seattle, from Florida to Pennsylvania. Excellent ornamental value 3' tall. Our best plant for keeping in a large "wine barrel" type pot. Yields are 5 to 10 lbs. of fruit per bush and about 80 berries per cup. Excellent fruit and productive. Very low chill, only needs a few days of temperatures below 45 degrees F to begin growing again. So, it's a good choice for indoor winter gardening or greenhouse. Fall color is red. Native Space 4' circle Zones 5-10. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00


Legacy Blueberry - Vaccinium darrowi
Blueberry Legacy fruit Legacy is similar to a high quality highbush variety in flavor and yield. Because it's parented by Vaccinium darrowi and Florida 48, Legacy is very adapted to different soil types. Vigorous, upright growth Legacy grows 4' to 6' tall, with foliage that stays evergreen in mild North West winters like Oregon & Washington state. In colder winter areas Legacy leaves turn red in the fall and shed during winter. Legacy grows well in mid Atlantic states including New jersey and North Carolina and Georgia. Ripens early mid-season. Production is high, berries are sweet, light blue and medium large. Has rated highest in flavor trials, with superior flavor and sweetness. Good landscape plant, crimson fall color, heat and drought tolerant. Introduced in 1993 from USDA, Beltsville, MD. Space 4' to 6' circle. Zone 5-8. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$24.00


Columbus Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Columbus fruit Columbus is a new southern type blueberry introduced in 2005 from NC State. A high yielding, superior flavored fruit, more sweeter than tangy and juicer than most, ripening a few days earlier than Powderblue, about 6 weeks later than Star. Fruit size is MONSTER. Berry quality judged by many as the best with excellent keeping qualities. Berries are resistant to rain related cracking. Leaves turn bright red in the fall. Height @ 6' to 7'. Space @ 6' circle. Zones 7a - 9b 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00


Sharpblue Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum
Blueberry Sharpblue We've grown Sharpblue at the nursery for many years. It's bush size is only about 4' and compact, so it fits into border plantings or planted close to the house. It ripens with our earlier berries and has fruited for many years at Edible. It is a proven variety in southern states being introduced from the University of Florida in 1976. Sharpblue has a six week harvest period at least, ripening about half its berries the first few weeks. Chill hours are only 150 hours. Berries are dark blue about dime size with excellent flavor and texture. Space about 4'-6' circle, depending on climate and location. Zone 7-10.
 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00


Reka Northern Highbush Blueberry - Vaccinium corymbosum L
Blueberry Reka 2011 Reka is a very early, large, delicious highbush blueberry. Introduced from New Zealand it is adaptable to different soil types. Adapts much better than Duke blueberry that ripens at the same time. Leaves are burgundy red in the fall. 4' to 6' height, space 5' apart in rows or 5' circles. Zones 4-7 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$9.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$28.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$60.00


Pink Lemonade Blueberry - Vaccinium
Blueberry Pink Lemonade Pink Lemonade is a pink fruiting variety with excellent fruit. Similar to southern type blueberry in shape and adaptability. Stunning ornamental, vigorous and productive and as nutritious as other blueberries. Space 6' circle Zone 6-8 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$24.00
8 4 inch pot  own roots$40.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Vernon Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei Reade
Blueberry Vernon Vernon blueberry is a new southern type variety that is hardy and adaptable. The firm berries are rated good to excellent flavor and large berry size. One of its best characteristics is a favorable blooming time avoiding late frosts. Vernon is self fertile and can benefit from another variety. Vernon has excellent plant vigor and a high and consistent yield. Introduced from the University of Georgia. Space 5' circle Zones 6-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$20.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$24.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Ochlockonee Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei
Blueberry Ochlockonee Fruit Ochlockonee introduced from the University of Georgia, is the new leading variety for late season Rabbiteye production in the Pacific Northwest. Planted with Powderblue for pollination, Ochlockonee has consistent yields of firm, flavorful berries, larger than Powderblue. Field observations indicate Ochlockonee is more resistant to bacterial canker than other Rabbiteyes. It is recommended where a late delicious fresh fruit is desired. Ochlockonee (ok-LAHK-uh-nee),named after the Ochlockonee River in south Georgia,is a late season rabbiteye blueberry that was released in 2002. Plants of Ochlockonee are vigorous and upright. They produce abundant fruiting stems annually with only moderate growth. Ochlockonee is very productive in yield,substantially exceeding Tifblue,a widely grown older standard variety. Berries of Ochlockonee ripen about one week after Tifblue, and are larger in size. Other important fruit characters are color, firmness, and flavor, similar to Tifblue and Powderblue. Plants of Ochlockonee generally flower late enough to escape spring freezes in south and middle Georgia. The estimated chill requirement of the variety is 650 to 700 hours. The variety can be planted alone and fruiting is enhanced with other rabbiteye blueberries for cross pollination such as Powderblue, Tifblue, and Vernon. Zone 7 - 10. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$28.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00


Alapaha Blueberry - Vaccinium ashei species X
Blueberry Alapaha Alapaha Rabbiteye Blueberry (uh-la-puh-HAH), was named for the Alapaha River in south Georgia and was was released in 2001 as an early season rabbiteye blueberry. Plants of Alapaha are vigorous
and upright with narrow crowns. The variety flowers relatively late (7 to 10 days after Climax),which helps avoidance of spring freeze damage; yet, fruit of Alapaha ripens quickly, beginning about the same time as fruit ripening of Climax. Alapaha berries are medium in size, and SWEET. Fruits have good firmness and great flavor. Berry color is medium dark blue,and they have a small dry scar, which contributes to good shelf life. Chilling requirement for Alapaha is estimated to be 450 to 500 hours. Alapaha has demonstrated improved resistance to rain cracking. Alapaha has shown some self fruitfulness, but it should be planted with other rabbiteye blueberries with a similar time of bloom for cross pollination. Recommended companion variety is Vernon.US Plant Patent 16,266. Zone 7-9 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$48.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$70.00



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Rebel Blueberry - Vacinnium sp. Hybrid
Blueberry Rebel Rebel is very early, earlier than Star. Rebel is a southern highbush variety and is extremely productive with large fruit and impressive yields. 400 hours of winter chilling required. Introduced by the University of Georgia. Height 6 feet at our nursery, taller in the south. Space 5-7' circle. Plant Patent 18,138 Zone 7-10 Photo credit Georgia Cultivars 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$20.00


Berries - Cranberries
Ben Lear Cranberry - Vaccinium macracarpon
Cranberry Ben Lear Planted Ben Lear is a wild clone from WI. Early ripening, Large to medium bright red fruit. Very productive.Native. Space 1' circle. Clay soils should have 80% moist peat worked into top 4" of soil and mulched 1-2" with aged mulch for all cranberry varieties. Zones 3-7. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 inch pot  own roots$8.00
8 3 inch pot  own roots$48.00



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Stevens Cranberry - Vaccinium macrocarpon
Cranberry Ben Lear on Plant Stevens cranberry is a very popular variety being planted commercially in the northwest and the northeastern US. Large fruit. Native. space 1' circle Zones 3-7. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$8.00
12 3 inch pot  own roots$72.00


Berries - Currants
Josta Berry - Ribes grossularia x nigrum
Josta Ripe Fruits Josta is a new unique hybrid from Europe. A gooseberry - black currant cross. Vigorous and healthy, Josta shows off the best traits of each parent. Fruits later in life than most Ribes, i.e., 3rd or 4th year. No thorns, no pungent aroma, 1/2" fruit good for freezing. Space 5' apart. Rust resistant with little or no pruning required. The upright bush is pretty with large dark green leaves. Height 4'-7'. 3 and 5 and 7 gallon size usually fruiting in the container. Zones 3-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00 * Ready Date (see note)
4 Quart Pot  own roots$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00
4 3 Gallon  own roots$120.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00
4 5 Gallon  own roots$160.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$60.00  -  $35.00



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Consort Black Currant - Ribes ussuriense
Currant Consort Fruit Consort is a productive rust resistant European black currant. It was bred and selected in Canada for immunity to White Pine Blister Rust.Clusters of medium size fruit mature in June on this small, compact bush 4-5' tall and wide. Consort likes rich sweet soil, but is widely adaptable and can thrive with neglect especially in the northeast US. Europeans love its assertive flavor and aroma and it is a benefit nutritionally for anyone that includes them in their diet, being high in vitamin C and omega fatty acids. Consort will grow and fruit in full shade and usually holds its leaves better in late summer in the shade in the warmer climate zones of its adaptability. It does not have showy flowers like American Black Currants nor is it the grape derived small raisin called currants in the health food stores. But they are cassis, commercially sold in soda, juice, wine, liquor or concentrate. Space @ 5' circle. Zones 4-7. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$40.00
16 2 inch pot  own roots$64.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
6 Quart Pot  own roots$60.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
4 1 Gallon  own roots$80.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$40.00
4 3 Gallon  own roots$100.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$45.00
4 5 Gallon  own roots$120.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$50.00



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Crandall American Black - Ribes odoretum
Currant Crandall Black Currant In the spring Crandall is a massive array of yellow trumpet shaped flowers. A most striking ornamental found in the best gardens in Europe. Swallowtail butterflies flock to the blooms. Also called Clove Currant and Missouri Currant. The unique taste of the shiny black fruit is pleasant. Height 4-5' Native, space 5' circle. Zones 4-7. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$32.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$40.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$65.00



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Cherry Red Currant - Ribes sativum
Currant Cherry Red Cherry Red currant's fruit clusters are short and loose. The berries are very large, bright dark red, acidic and good. Plants are vigorous, upright and productive. Cherry Red resists mildew, a real plus in humid areas. A small bush in the landscape, Cherry Red is good in shade against buildings and with borders including strawberries or low growing herbs or flowers. Mixing with Josta or white and black currants 5' apart is fine since they are similar in size and habit. Space 5' circle Height 4-5' Zones 3-7. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$8.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$56.00
16 2 inch pot  own roots$96.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$17.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00
1 7 Gallon  own roots$55.00



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Primus White Currant - Ribes rubrum
Currant Blanca White Currant Fruits Primus is a compact bush bearing long fruit clusters. Highly productive, up to 20 pounds of fruit per bush. As most currants it is self fertile. Fruit color is whiter than other white currants. Released from Slovakia in 1977 from a cross of Heinemann's Rote Spatlese X Red Lake. Zones 3-7 Space @ 5' circle Height 4-5' 

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Berries - Gooseberries
Invicta Gooseberry - Ribes grossularia
Gooseberry Invicta Invicta is the best of the green fruit gooseberry varieties for fresh eating. The berries are the size of small plums and have a very pleasant flavor. A very sweet gooseberry, ripening late spring or early summer. Resistant to mildew and frost. Susceptible to leaf spot, so plant in an area with good air drainage. In humid areas can loose leaves in August but grows well the following spring. A newer variety introduced from Europe. Space @ 4' circles. Zones 4-7. 

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Black Velvet Gooseberry - Ribes grossularia
Gooseberry Black Velvet The deep purple fruits are the size of seedless grapes. They are very vigorous in growth. Flavor is very good to excellent when they ripen on the bush. Black Velvet has won awards for its superb qualities and disease and mildew resistance. Space 5' circle. Zones 4-7. 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$18.00
4 Half Gallon #275  own roots$48.00


Jahns Prairie Gooseberry - Riber oxyacanthoides L.
Gooseberry Jahns Prairie Jahn's Prairie is disease resistant and produces high quality, dark red, dessert gooseberries. This plant was selected by Dr. Otto Jahn from a native population of the species growing in Alberta, Canada. The green fruit turns red-pink upon ripening. The fresh fruit quality is equivalent to European gooseberries. The plant, which grows to @ 5 feet, has an upright growth habit with some sprawling branches. The leaf shape is similar to European Hawthorne. Jahn's Prairie gooseberry resists powdery mildew, is free of leaf spot and Botrytis (grey mold) on its fruit. No White Pine Blister Rust has been observed on the plant or insect damage from aphids or saw-flies. Space @ 5' circles Zone 3-7 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Berries - Lingonberries
Koralle Lingonberry - Vaccinium vitis-ideaea
Lingonberry Koralle lingonberry was released in 1969 from Holland as an ornamental ground cover, only to become a leading commercial variety for its fruit. This highly praised European plant is ornamental in flower, leaf, and fruit. Grow them as you do blueberries. Their planting bed must be well prepared with peat and at least one year old wood mulch. Lingonberries are very particular about this. They may be set as individual specimens, in rows, or planted together to form a solid ground cover from 8" to 12" tall. Bright red berries set against dense dark leaves. Berries can be picked into the late fall and taste very good. The light red fruits can stay on the plant for several weeks without deterioration. Zones 2-8. In hot summer areas plant in some shade. Two harvest periods are possible in one season. Space 1' circles 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
6 2 inch pot  own roots$36.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$9.00
6 4 inch pot  own roots$42.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
8 Quart Pot  own roots$72.00


Berries - Raspberries
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Raspberries to Europe...
Heritage Red Fall Raspberry - Rubus idaeus
Raspberry Heritage ripe in bowl Heritage is the most popular everbearing variety with excellent red fruit. Can be cultivated for spring and fall crops especially in the north. Needs no staking, if mowed to the ground early each spring. Heritage will bear a large crop from new growth from August to late fall in VA. Space 3' apart in 5' wide beds of good garden soil. Zones 3-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$4.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$24.00
16 2 inch pot  own roots$40.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$5.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$44.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$22.00
4 1.5 Gallon  own roots$72.00



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Anne Yellow Everbearing Raspberry - Rubus ideaus
Raspberry Anne Yellow Consistently the highest flavored cultivar, Anne, Plant Patent #10411 is an early lemon yellow fall bearer, with extremely large cohesive fruit. This sweet variety ripens as a summer crop or can be mowed for a fall crop. Space 3' apart in 5' wide beds. If planting just one plant cultivate a 5' circle. Zones 4-7 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$4.50
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$20.00


Caroline Everbearing Raspberry - Rubus species(ideaus)
Raspberry Caroline Tray Caroline is a large, conic, well-flavored, red raspberry. More disease resistant and with larger, earlier fruits than most everbearers. Sweeter fruits than most red raspberries. Ripens August til frost at the nursery, but responds to warmer temperatures and ripens earlier farther south. Several plants are usually planted 3' apart in rows 5' wide. One plant, space in the middle of a 5' circle of well prepared garden soil. Canes average 3' to 6' tall. Zones 5-9. (Plant Patent #10412)  

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$20.00


Jewel Black Raspberry - Rubus occidentalis
Raspberry Jewel on bush Vigorous and erect, Jewel black raspberry adapts to many areas. Large berries of excellent flavor Ripen early June 5th at the nursery. The plants are pretty in the growing season. In winter leafless arching canes are purplish red, usually with their tips in the ground producing another plant. Black raspberries are the first raspberries to ripen in the spring. A good reason to include them in your gardening plans. Black raspberries are native to the US and can be found growing along fields and fences and along wooded areas. Good soil, mulch and ample water can only help you succeed with one of the best treats in spring. Space 4' circle or 3' apart in rows 5' wide. Zones 5-8. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
4 Quart Pot  own roots$24.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00


Wineberry Raspberry - Rubus phoenicolasius
Raspberry wieberry fruit up close Originally from Japan, Wineberries have naturalized here in the East. A summertime treat fruiting after the spring red raspberries and before the fall ones. Very acclimated. Will fruit in the shade. High flavor, excellent fresh. Zones 6-8. Space 6' circle. Height 5' and arching. Produces on two-year wood. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00



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English Thornless Red Raspberry - Rubus ideaus
Raspberry english thornless fruit A red raspberry, English Thornless is spring-bearing, with sweet fruit and canes that are thornless. This long-lived variety has grown for 20 years at our nursery. It ripens early, just a few days later than black raspberries. Primocanes,(large mature canes are thornless. You may notice very young growth, re; our quart pots, may have fuzzy thorns.) Zone 6-8 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$5.00


Double Gold Raspberry - Rubus ideaus
Raspberry Double Gold Double Gold Raspberry is a flavorful raspberry, vigorous, and disease resistant. Double Gold produces a deeply blushed, golden champagne-colored fruit with a distinctive conical shape. The "double" in its name is for its two harvests per season. The first year of planting, the initial crop is produced in the fall on the tips of current year's canes, and a second crop is produced farther down the same canes the following summer. In taste tests, Double Gold has been a favorite. Fruit is too delicate for long distance shipping, therefore a good choice for home gardeners. Double Gold is resistant to Phytophthora root rot as well as most of the common leaf diseases. This new variety should become very popular because of its flavor, disease resistance and productivity. Zone 5-8 Space 5' circle or 3' apart in 5' wide beds. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$6.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$8.00
4 Half Gallon #275  own roots$24.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$40.00



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Glencoe Purple Thornless Raspberry
Raspberry Glencoe Glencoe was developed by the Scottish Crop Research Institute. A cross of native black raspberry and red raspberry. Flavor is reported to be excellent and plant can be bushy and ideal for containers or the home garden. One plant will produce a multi-stemmed clump, so it can be a space saver and not spread as red and yellow raspberries do. Tip prune in the summer at 30 inches to keep as a bush. Remove old canes after they've fruited. Resistant to Verticillium Wilt. Zones 4-8 Space 2-3' circles. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$8.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$28.00


Ohio Treasure Black Raspberry - Rubus occidentalis
Raspberry Ohio Treasure The first black raspberry that gives two crops a season. Ohio Treasure's berries have a pleasant flavor with a good balance of sweetness and freshness, ripening a spring and fall crop. The fruit quality is very good on spring and fall crops. The plants can also be mowed to the ground each spring for a summer crop that lasts till frost. Zone 3 - 8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$6.00
4 2 inch pot  own roots$20.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$32.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00 * Ready Date (see note)
4 Quart Pot  own roots$24.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Berries - Strawberries
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Strawberries to Europe...
Tristar Everbearing Strawberry - Fragaria annassa
Strawberry Tristar Everbearer Tristar is one of the best flavored continuous bearing strawberries from the eastern U.S. Disease resistant and productive. Introduced by USDA Beltsville and the University of Maryland in 1981, Tristar is still a very popular strawberry. The plant spreads by runners and makes a fine row. Zones 5-7. 

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Yellow Wonder Alpine Strawberry - Fragaria vesca
Strawberry Yellow Wonder gh1 Yellow Wonder Alpine strawberries do not produce runners, therefore they are ideal for edgings or containers, or narrow rows in the vegetable garden. Conical fruits 1/2" to 1" long are not noticed by the birds because of the fruits color. Yellow Wonder fruit is highly aromatic with delicious flavor and the plant is long lived in perennial spots around the home. The plants ripen their fruits in the spring and fall since flower initiation of the crown of the plant happens when night time temperatures fall below 50 degrees F. Plants are everbearing the farther north they are grown. Native to Europe, we grow the vigorous plants from seed. Space 1' circles or 1' apart in rows Zones 3-7. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$3.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$5.00
6 Quart Pot  Seedling$30.00


Sweet Charlie Strawberry - Fragaria annassa
Strawberry Sweet Charlie harvest Sweet Charlie was the first patented variety to come out of University of Florida. Large conic fruit winning the taste test of the 1994 North Carolina Strawberry Grower's Meeting. Dark green compact growth with fruit that lives up to its name. Zones 7-9. 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$7.00


Earliglow Strawberry - Fragaria annassa
Strawberry Earliglow in pot Introduced years ago, Earliglow still retains the high strawberry flavor of the heirloom varieties. Good sized berries and the earliest. Deep red color fruit and plants are disease resistant. Very dependable and healthy plants that make lots of runners. Zones 4-8. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$4.00 * Ready Date (see note)
12 4 inch pot  own roots$36.00 * Ready Date (see note)
24 4 inch pot  own roots$66.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00



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Sparkle Strawberry - Fairfax x Aberdeen
Strawberry Sparkle Sparkle is a very hardy, flavorful variety introduced 60 years ago but still is very popular because of its flavor. Excellent for jam and freezing.Fruit is red all the way through. Our hardiest selection. One of its parents, Fairfax, is still considered the best flavored strawberry. Space 1' circle or in 2' wide rows 12" to 18" apart. Zones 4-7. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$4.00 * Ready Date (see note)
12 4 inch pot  own roots$36.00 * Ready Date (see note)
24 4 inch pot  own roots$66.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Virginia Native Strawberry - Fragaria virginiana
Strawberry Virginia Native Fruit In Hand The native Fragaria virginiana or Virginia native strawberry is a spring bearing, soft, highly flavored ground cover. Fruits are delicate with high aroma. Plants spread by runner plants and are perennial. Space 1' circles Zones 5-8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.50 * Ready Date (see note)



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Seascape Strawberry - Fragaria x ananassa
Strawberry Seascape fruit Seascape is a variety from the University of California. Large, firm berries with outstanding flavor. A day neutral* variety producing high yields, large fruit size, symmetry, attractive appearance, and general flexibility in planting requirements. Seascape yields ripe fruits from spring into fall. Usually one berry per plant will be a "king" berry. Very large and perfect for fondue. It is a cross between Selva and Douglas. Space 1' to 18" apart in rows 1' to 3' wide. Zone 5-9.
* A day neutral strawberry will produce flowers and fruit even when temperatures at night are above 60 degrees. Originally, ever bearers produced spring and fall but not summer. Plant Patent 07614 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$4.00 * Ready Date (see note)
12 4 inch pot  own roots$36.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$5.00
4 Quart Pot  own roots$16.00
8 Quart Pot  own roots$24.00
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$7.00



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White Fruiting Christina Native Strawberry - Fragaria virginiana
Strawberry Christina Christina is a native spring bearing white strawberry. Plants run freely and should naturalize in dappled shade rock gardens and walled gardens especially near the kitchen. Fruits are soft and sweet. Space 1' circles, Zone 5-7 maybe Zone 8. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$3.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$4.00


Alexandra Alpine Red Strawberry - Fragaria vesca
Strawberry Red Wonder in Pot Alexandra is an alpine strawberry with deep red fruit. An everbearing plant that sets fruit buds when temperatures at night are below 50 degrees F. Alexandra produces no runners but grows in a clump like manner. Height @ 6" to 10" tall. Excellent as a ground cover or in rock gardens or borders. The species is native to the Scandinavian forests of Europe.Fruits are soft, flavorful, and gourmet. Zones 3-7. Space @ 1' circle. Pictured is a 3/4 gallon size. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$3.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$6.00


Berries - Wintergreen
Wintergreen - Gaultheria procumbens
Wintergreen 2010 Wintergreen is a native evergreen ground cover. White, lily of the valley type flowers in spring followed by red berries up to one half an inch in the fall. Prefers forest like soil of high organic matter, and does well in shade and semi shade. Leaves make tea and the fruit can be eaten fresh. Popular commercial products such as tooth paste, chewing gum, candy, massage oil, and breath mints are scented or flavored with wintergreen. Wintergreen spreads from under the surface of the soil with spear-like roots that cling to particles of decomposing forest litter such as leaves, sticks, and bark, before they surface and leaf, spreading away from the mother plant. Also called Teaberry, wintergreen is a popular herbal tea. Spacing 6" apart. Zone 3-8. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$8.00
6 3 inch pot  own roots$42.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$24.00
8 3/4 Gallon  own roots$160.00


Books, Grower's Supplies & Gift Certificates - Books
Edible Landscaping with a Permiculture Twist
Book EL w a permaculture twist Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist is a fun-filled how-to manual for the budding gardener and experienced green thumb alike. Full of Creative and easy-to- follow designs that guide you to having your yard and eating it too! By Michael Judd 

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1 Book  own roots$24.95


Books, Grower's Supplies & Gift Certificates - Gift Cards & Certificates
Gift Certificate
Gift certificates are now available online! If you would like to have them mailed to the recipient please be sure to include that information with your order. Gift certificates are mailed 1st class. A catalog is sent with certificate. Please make a note in the comments field if you wish a different amount. 

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1 Gift Certificate  $25.00
1 Gift Certificate  $50.00
1 Gift Certificate  $75.00
1 Gift Certificate  $100.00
1 Gift Certificate  $500.00


Books, Grower's Supplies & Gift Certificates - Growing Aids
Surround ® WP Organic Spray
Apple Liberty Surround Peaches, plums, apples, cherries, apricots, pears and nectarines usually need at least two sprays of Surround after the flower petals fall off the tree and two weeks later. These timely sprays will keep worms and/or larvae such as plum curculio, oriental fruit moths, and codling moths from your fruit. Surround protects with a cover of clay that prevents insects from laying eggs on your fruit. This spray is a major celebration for gardeners who wish to grow organically delicious, tree ripened fruit in the Roseacious family. It works on Japanese Beetles, too. Talk about a safe spray! It's actually edible! OMRI listed crop protectant. (The Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is a national nonprofit organization that determines which input products are allowed for use in organic production and processing. OMRI Listed or Approved products may be used on operations that are certified organic under the USDA National Organic Program. ) The Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) recently announced the approval of a minor use label expansion for Surround WP Crop Protectant (kaolin) for reduction in damage from leafhoppers on dry beans, potatoes, carrots, strawberries, raspberries and leafy vegetables (crop group 4, including celery, lettuce, parsley and spinach) in Canada.  

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1 25lb  $65.00
1 5lb  $25.00


Cactus - Cactus
Dragon Fruit White - Hylocereus polyrizus
Dragon Fruit halved Our variety of tropical white fleshed dragon fruit is a Vietnamese variety, Jaina. A large fruit with a waxy red outside and a white, mildly sweet flesh inside, spotted with small soft edible seeds. We look forward to these delicious fruits grown in our greenhouse that ripen here July - September. Dragon fruits are also known as pitaya and orchid cactus. Dragon fruit is a vineing succulent with gorgeous, large, night blooming white flowers followed by vivid exotic fruit. Plant does extremely well in pots and is usually trellised. For those who can grow them outside, they are a useful ornamental, as well as nutritious. Jaina is self fertile, meaning it can fruit without a different variety. Space 8'-10' apart on trellis, fence, or wall. Or grow in a pot in the greenhouse or indoors, moving the plant to larger containers as the plant grows. Outside zones are 9-10.  

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1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Prickly Pear Hardy Cactus aka Nopal - Opuntia tuna
Cactus Hardy Prickly Pear A large padded prickly pear native cactus with yellow, similar to rose, spring flowers. Fruits ripen Oct-Nov in Zone 7 and can be harvested well into the winter. Plant spreads to make a clump. Medium sized red fruit 3" long. Remove small thorns from skin of fruit before handling or eating. Handle with barbeque tongs when planting. De-thorned pads are also used as a vegetable. For cactus "string beans", cut pads in long strips and grill or saute. Fruit pulp is an excellent addition to fruit salads, lending its intense red color as well as flavor. A less care four season ornamental. Space 6' circle Zones 7-9 Zone 6 plant out of the winter prevailing wind 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$22.00


Dragon Fruit Red - Hylocereus Undatus
Dragon Fruit  in pots Called Red Dragon fruit because of the intensely red edible flesh. Needs a mate to pollinate. We suggest the White Dragon Fruit. The plant is tropical, can be used as a house plant. Needs support because its vine like in habit. Blooms large white flowers at night like its relative the night blooming cereus, a popular house plant. Space outside 8'-10' apart depending on what it grows on. Zones 9 - 10.

 

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1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  own roots$45.00


Herbs - Fresh Herbs
Golden Lemon Thyme - T. citriodorus aureus varaiegatue
Thyme Golden Lemon Golden Lemon Thyme is pungently lemon scented. Golden and variegated when in bright light. Great in a hanging basket and beautiful with rock walkways. Excellent garnish for sandwiches and salads. Space 1' circle Zones 4-10. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$4.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$24.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
6 4 inch pot  own roots$25.00


Garlic Chives - Allium tuberosum
Herb Garlic Chives Garlic chives are an attractive perennial with edible foliage and edible flowers in August. Garlic chives are among the most versatile of all edible flowers, and can be used for flavoring in fresh salads or cooking. They have a clumping habit and spread by dropping their seeds. The seedlings appearing the following spring. They work well in perennial beds. All parts are edible and can be harvested throughout the growing season. Space individual plants 1' circles. Zones 4-8. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$3.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$6.00


Chocolate Mint - Mentha spicata var piperita
Herb Chocolate Mint Dark green leaves. Height 12"-18". Scent is reminiscent of chocolate peppermint patties. Very good for fruit desserts and tea. Space 1' - 2' circle Zones 4-10. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$4.00


Provence Lavender - Lavandula x intermedia
Herb Lavender with Kitten An adaptable lavender to the Northeast. Hardy, Zones 5-9. Zones 5-7 locate plants protected from the wind. Lavender's are pretty. They are border plants, accent plants, and look good with bushes and small trees. A one foot spacing will bring plants together for a low hedge appearance. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.50
8 2 inch pot  own roots$24.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
4 Quart Pot  own roots$22.00


Arp Rosemary - Rosemary officialnalis
Herb Arp Rosemary Arp rosemary is winter hardy through Zone 6. The USDA introduction is a hardier rosemary than others and handsome with a bushy spruce-like appearance. Space 3'-4' circle. In zone 6 Arp should be planted sheltered from winter winds. A sand mulch or planted near or next to large rocks in full sun helps rosemary through the coldest times in winter. Harvest rosemary year round. Especially good in French breads and potatoes dishes. Zones 6-8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.50
8 2 inch pot  own roots$24.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00


Franeaux Hardy Rosemary - Rosemary officialnalis
Herb Franeaux Bloom Darker green and more compact than Arp. This variety is very ornamental, up to 4', making a fine specimen in the garden or grown as a standard. Space 4' circle. It has survived 0 degrees with some winter injury in a protected area of the nursery after 5 years of no injury. Zone 7-8 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$4.00


Sweet Bay Laurel - Laural nobilis
Herb Sweet Bay The traditional bay leaf so essential to European cuisine. Slow growing bush with aromatic leaves; a good shrub for warm areas. Good for pots. Space outside 8' circle. Zones 7b - 8. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$20.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Lemongrass - Cymbopogon citratus
Herb Lemongrass in Landscape Lemongrass is our instant tea plant at the nursery; just a few blades in a cup of hot water. Try sweetening with honey. A tropical ornamental grass. Will grow well anywhere indoors. Used in many Thai recipes and is the source for citral, the essential oil responsible for citronella's lemony scent. Thai women crinkle up a handful and put in in their bath water to prevent wrinkles! An ornamental clumping grass space a 4' circle. Zones 9-10 and can be grown as a outside annual in the north. We offer the West Indian strain with the wider leaf. We've noticed we can dig an outside clump in December after a few frosts, with no cold damage. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$8.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Saffron Crocus - Crocus sativus
Herb Saffron Crocus This fall bloomer has been cultivated since the ancient times as a valuable spice and color agent. Flowers grow 4" high and appear in October to November. Use them under deciduous trees, along walkways, beneath shrubbery, on banks, and in rock gardens. Needs good drainage or bulbs will rot. Plant 3"-4" deep (from top of corm), 6" apart. Harvest the whole stigma, dry, an put in a salt shaker and sprinkle as necessary. Zones 7-9. Zone 6 with mulch.

We ship crocus bulbs starting in August through December. Potted are shipped as long as we have them. Please plant your bulbs as soon as possible. Be sure you protect your bulbs from squirrels and others that may snack on your bulbs. We do not replace saffron bulbs.

 

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Horseradish - Armoracia rusticana
Herb Horseradish Horseradish is a perennial growing to 30 inches tall and putting down long, thick, white roots which are grated to make a fiery sauce. Roots mature in 150 days. Roots are harvested throughout the winter in zone 7. Space 2' circles Zones 3-7. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$13.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Tea Camellia - Camellia sinensis
Tea Camelia Blossom The profuse flowering, dense, round evergreen Camellia sinensis, whose leaves are used for green and black and white tea is an excellent ornamental.Leaves are glossy dark green and fall flowers are white with yellow centers. The bush is compact and round 6'tall and 5' wide. Tea is tender to strong winter winds and can defoliate from being too cold. Tea is as hardy or hardier than most camellia. In zone 7 plants do well protected on the east side of a building. Generally, tea enjoys dappled shade. The bush is not susceptible to insect damage or disease. Leaves are harvested throughout the growing season, picked when they are small. Space 6' circle Zones 6b-8 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$15.00


Sage - Salvia officinalis
Herb Sage 2010 A shrub-like, 2' perennial herb with aromatic gray leaves used to season meats, fish, poultry, stews, dressings, etc. Flowers are purple, blooming in May. Space 2' circle Zone 6 - 10 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$20.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$5.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$16.00


Spearmint - Mentha spicata
Herb Spearmint A very usable perennial in the garden or in plantings near the kitchen. Fresh leaves blended, strained, sweeten, and iced. Is there a better drink on a hot summer day? As all mints the plant must be kept in bounds. The bloom attracts many butterfly. Space 5' circle or smaller. Zone 4-10 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$3.50
4 2 inch pot  own roots$12.00


Tripled Curled Parsley - Petroselinum crispum
herb Triple Curled Parsley Parsley is widely cultivated as an herb, spice, and vegetable. Native to the Mediterranean and naturalized throughout Europe. Triple Curled is exceptional in appearance and taste. Space 1' apart. A biennial in mild climates and grown as an annual too. 

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1 4 inch pot  Seedling$4.00


Franklinia Tea Tree - Franklinia alatamaha
Herb Franklinia If you lived in West Virginia 50 years ago and your mother asked you to pick some leaves from the "tea Tree" to make tea, what plant would you go to? I was surprised at the answer we found, Franklinia.

A client asked us that question and we started looking for the answer. In cold West Virginia Tea Camellia would die from winter kill and it's not a tree, so it wasn't that plant.

Franklinia was used as a tea and it was very popular with those who knew how to use it. It's height about 10 to 25' and width 6 to 15' puts it in a small tree category and it's height makes it easy to harvest. Franklinia is an American native plant and is related to the tea genus, Theaceae.

Franklinia has great fall color. The glossy leaves turn vivid orange to red in the fall. Flowers are summer blooming till frost and are white, resembling tea camellia. Blooms are present while tree is turning its attractive fall color. Use in the landscape as a specimen native tree. Zones 6 - 9, doing best in 6 - 7. Moist, well drained soil and full sun to partial shade are its location requirements.

Use the leaves fresh or dried. An ideal tea for children since it contains no caffeine. It is also a healthy alternative to decaffeinated tea. Space
10' circles. 

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1 4 inch pot  Seedling$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$30.00


Genovese Basil - Ocimum basilicum
Herb Genovese Basil Genovese basil is a cultivar of Ocimum basilicium (sweet basil). It is one of the most popular basils for culinary use in pesto, the traditional genoese sauce. Annual, space 18" circle. 5 plants will give plenty of pesto for fresh use and freezing for winter use. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$3.25


Red Veined Sorrel - Rumex sanguineus
Herb Red Veined Sorrel Red Veined Sorrel is a pretty salad mix plant, full of nutrition. Hardy and easy to grow. Good plant to overwinter in a cold frame with other greens and excellent in a flower bed or as an accent in a vegetable garden. Young leaves are best. Space 1' circle. Zones 5-8  

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Nira Garlic Chives - Allium tuberosum
Herb Garlic Chives Very Pretty perennial with wide, succulent blades. Also called "Chinese Chives." Clumps and spreads by seed while flowers come in summer. Excellent fresh in salads, also used as a seasoning herb in stir fry. 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$8.00 * Ready Date (see note)
4 Quart Pot  Seedling$24.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Half Gallon #275  Seedling$12.00 * Ready Date (see note)
4 Half Gallon #275  Seedling$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Greek Oregano - Origanum vulgare hirtum
Herb Oregano This hardy strain of Oregano was brought to us by Doug Siedel of Emmaus, Pa. The delicate flavored herb is a perennial and can over winter in Zone 6. Use the plant most of the year as a fresh kitchen herb. Space 1-2 foot circle. Zone 6-9  

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$4.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$16.00
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$8.00


Society Garlic - Tulbaghia violacea
An ornamental flowering allium can be sensed while being near it, making it a deer deterrent. All parts are edible, flowers are pink to purple and do not smell garlicky. Plants clump and are an attractive border or under planting near small trees and shrubs. Originates from South Africa and is hardy to Zone 7-10. Space 1'-3' 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$9.00


Herbs - Hops
Cascade Hops - Humilus lupinus
Hops Cascade Top Of Plant Hops were used by the Greeks as a salad plant. Today young hops shoots are still eaten by some. The pine cone like scales or bracts of the hops contain lupulin, a substance consisting of resins and essential oil, which gives beer, ale and other malt beverages their characteristic bitter flavor. One-half to one and a quarter pounds of hops are used for a 31-gallon barrel of beer. Hops are long-lived perennials grown like pole beans on 10' tall poles, spaced 4-8' apart. At harvest, the vines are let down, the green hops are picked and dried. Can be grown on a fence or wall. Hops above ground growth dies back in winter. In spring this perennial grows from the ground and quickly establishes itself by late spring. Cascade is a successful and well established aroma hop developed by Oregon State University in 1956 from Fuggle and Serebrianker (a Russian variety). Gives a citrus/grapefruit aroma to a pale ale.Zones 3-8. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
8 Quart Pot  own roots$64.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00
8 3/4 Gallon  own roots$120.00


#18 Hops - Humilus lupinus
Hops blue sky A trail variety, included because of its bushy habit up to 6 feet in height. This English variety is a high aroma hop. Zones 3-8 

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Herbs - Medicinal Herbs
Aloe vera - Aloe vera aloaceae
Cactus Aloe Vera Native to the SW, aloe is usually grown in pots in the eastern US for its medicinal uses. A good choice for a house plant, with size controlled by the pot it grows in. Many uses in the home such as body rub, treating burns, ingredient for salves, a bruise banisher, soothes sunburn,insect bites, frostbite rub,rashes,health drinks, and used in toothpaste. Zones 8-11 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$11.00


Mushroom Log - Miscellaneous
Shiitake Mushroom Spawn - Lentinula edodes
Mushroom Shiitake Plug Spawn Shiitake Plug Spawn: translates to nice smelling mushroom. Cultivated for centuries, it is known for excellent flavor and medicinal qualities. This wide-range strain Cismont, produces abundant crops on oak and other hardwood logs in central Virginia. One pack seeds @ 3-4 logs, @ 100 plugs. The spawn run is usually 10-12 months. Zone 3-8 

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Lions Mane Mushroom Spawn - Hericium erinaceus
Mushroom Lions Main Lions Mane Plug Spawn: This native to our forests fruits in the summer on hardwood logs. Oaks, maples and even Ailanthus logs will support growth of this excellent gourmet mushroom. Many say it has the texture and flavor of crab, lobster, or scallops. The spawn run is approximately 12-15 months. One pack does 3-4 logs @ 100 plugs. Zone 5b - 10b 

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Reishi Mushroom Spawn - Ganoderma lucidum
Mushroom Reshi Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum) Plug Spawn: Highly regarded in Traditional Chinese Medicine as the miraculous zhi, this woody medicinal mushroom is used as a health tonic and dietary supplement. Make teas and tinctures with this strain of the red reishi. Grows well on oaks and maple. One pack contains enough spawn to do 3-4 logs, @ 100 plugs. Spawn run is about 15 months. Zone 5-8 

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Oyster Mushroom Spawn - Pieurotus ostreatus
Mushroom Oyster Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) Plug Spawn: Pleurotus is cultivated worldwide and is known as easy to grow and delicious to eat. An excellent choice for adding seasonal gourmet mushrooms to your edible landscape. This locally collected wild oyster strain produces large mushrooms on tulip poplar, Ailanthus, and other hardwood logs. One pack seeds @ 3-4 logs, @ 100 plugs. Usually fruits in 4-6 months. Zone 3-8 

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Nuts - Almonds
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Almonds to CA,Europe,Canada...
Halls Hardy Almond - Prunus amygdalus Communis x a persia
Almond Halls Hardy 2 A fine ornamental with large showy pink blossoms. Hall's is a cross of almond and peach. The nuts are not paper shell and are similar to a peach seed.The hard green flesh around the nut splits and the seed drops like almonds do. Hall's is very adaptable especially to East coast conditions. Generally almonds grow well in California and some parts of Texas, but are not usually adapted to the eastern states. The nuts are very tasty with a hint of bitter almond flavor. The trees look like a peach tree and can be pruned to an open vase pruning to keep the tree easy to pick. Space 12' circle; height 8' with annual pruning. Zone 5-8 

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1 1 Gallon  Nemaguard$25.00


Nuts - Chestnut
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Chestnut to CA, Europe...
Seedling Chestnut - Castanea dentata x mollisima
Chestnut Dunstan Nuts This is a seedling from the American x Chinese hybrid from fruit breeder Dr. Dunstan of Greensboro, NC and Alachua, FL. 2 Dunstan Seedlings will pollinate each other. Blight resistant. Space 30' circle, height 30' to 40'. Zones 5-9. 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$12.00


Nuts - Chinquapin
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Chinquapin to CA,Europe...
Native Chinquapin - Castanea pumila
Nuts Chinquapin nut in husk in October A native bush with small sweet chinquapin nuts. Nuts similar to chestnut but not as large. Adapted from Maine to Georgia. A pretty ornamental in sun or shade, leaves turning bright yellow in fall. Mature height 6'-12'. Best to have two to set fruit. Space 10'. circle. Zones 5-9. 

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Nuts - Filberts aka Hazelnut
Native American Filbert - Corylus americana
Filberts Tassel 171 American filberts are pretty hedge bushes 6-8 feet tall. Native to the eastern U.S. Two plants are needed to set fruit. Very showy catkins in spring. Sweet small nuts ripen in August. Space 6' circle. Zones 5-8. 

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1 3 inch pot  Seedling$8.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$12.00
1 2 x 5 inch pot air pruned tree pot  Seedling$9.00


Jefferson Filbert - Corylus avellana
Filberts Dessert In Hand Jefferson is the new filbert that is replacing Barcelona as the leading variety. Barcelona was the most popular filbert grown in the US, but is not resistant to Eastern Filbert Blight.Jefferson is, and provides high yields of attractive nuts on an easily managed upright shrub. Pollinated by the late pollen shedding Theta and early pollen shedding York, which are also resistant to EFB, gives all three varieties excellent nut set. Introduced by Oregon State University. Plants are on their own roots. Space 8-10' circle. 15' height. Zone 5-8 

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Theta Filbert Nut - Corylus avellana
Filbert in Husk The hazelnut breeding program at Oregon State University directed by Shawn Mehlenbacher uses the genetic diversity in the genus Corylus to create new cultivars with resistance to eastern filbert blight. Theta is a 2009 release that is immune to the blight. Theta pollinates Jefferson and Eta with sizable nuts of its own. Plants are on their own roots. Zone 5-8 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$80.00


Sacajawea Filbert - Corylus avellana L
Filbert in Husk 2 Sacagawea is a high quality early variety. Besides being a beautiful compact landscape plant, the nuts are delicious and larger than some varieties and high yielding. Sacajawea is pollinated by the York variety. Harvest starts in August at the nursery. The nuts are in demand as far as squirrels are concerned. Locate your filberts, also called hazelnuts, away from woods and trees where squirrels can move back and forth unseen. Plant them in the open. Squirrels would rather not run on the ground to a tree, as they are more exposed to predators. Planting 3 or 4 different varieties can increase yields. Space 10' circle Zone 5-8 

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Red Dragon Contorted Filbert - C. avellana
Filbert Red Dragon Contorted This new introduction of contorted filbert has red-purple leaves and resists filbert blight. Red Dragon is dwarf with a compact zig zag branching. Red Dragon Filbert is late pollen shedding. Space 8' circle Zone 5-7 

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York Filbert - Corylus avellana
Filbert Epsilon York is widely compatible with other newer varieties of eastern filbert blight resistant filberts. An excellent pollinator for Sacajawea, it should be useful for decades to come. To get good coverage throughout the bloom of Jefferson use York for early receptivity. Space 10' circles Zones 4-8  

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Nuts - Pecans
Kanza Pecan - Carya illinoisenses
Nut Pecan Pawnee An early maturing large nut averaging 69lbs of nuts per tree. Introduced from Texas. Pollinates with Canton or Peruque. Space 25' circle. We usually have Kanza grafted on a hardy 160 day nut maturing rootstock. The rootstock goes dormant sooner than if Kanza was grafted on a southern rootstock, making it hardy in zone 7 and for trial in zone 6. Locally Kanza is a favorite. The trees stay lush green throughout the summer and the nuts show no signs of pecan scab. Will start producing in 3 to 4 years. Zones 7 - 9 

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1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  Hardy Pecan Seedling$65.00


Canton Hardy Pecan - Carya illinoiensis
Canton Hardy Pecan Canton is an extra large, thin shelled hardy pecan. Canton was discovered as an early ripening seedling growing near Canton, MO in the Mississippi flood plain. Moderately susceptible to pecan scab. Pollinate with Colby, Lucas, or Kanza. Zones 6-7 Space 35-40' circle Photo William Reid northerpecans.blogspot.com 

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1 1.5 Gallon  Hardy Pecan Seedling$50.00


Nuts - Pines
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Pines to CA...
Italian Stone Pine - Pinus pinea
Pine Italian Stone Pine in pot Italian Stone Pine has decorative pine cones and can give an abundant crop of pignolia nuts. The plants are sold as miniature Christmas trees and are ornamental outside. One of the few pines that grow well in alkaline soil. Space 20' circle. Zones 7-8. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$30.00


Lacebark Pine Nut - Pinus Bungeana
Pine Lacebark Lacebark pine is a slow-growing conifer with edible nuts and typically grows about one foot per year. Most ornamental feature is its exfoliating bark which peels, somewhat like a sycamore, to reveal an underlying patchwork of white, olive, light purple and silver. It is most often seen as a spreading multi-trunked tree, sometimes almost shrubby. Medium to dark green needles (2-4" long) are in bundles of three.Lacebark belongs to the Asian nut pine group and differs from most white pine species with three needles per cluster instead of five. Zone 4-8 Space 30' circle Image from Abrahami, Wikimedia Commons 

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1 2 inch pot grafted on white pine seedling (grafted)$20.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Silveray Korean Stone Pine - Pinus koraiensis
Pine Korean Stone Silveray Korean Stone Pine can start producing cones/pine nuts when five feet tall. In ten years the tree should be eight feet tall and four feet wide. At 25 years height should be thirty feet tall and ten to fifteen feet wide. It takes two different Korean pines to produce nuts. Plant in full sun in zones 4-8. This five needle pine has silver,blue and green colored needles at the same time. Silveray has year round interest. A fairly compact "soft" foliage evergreen. Space 15' circle. 

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Nuts - Walnuts
Heartnut aka Japanese Walnut - Juglans ailantifolia
Nuts Heartnut An easy-to-grow, spreading, attractive tree with large sweet nuts that halve easily. Abundant foliage, bears early and is hardy. A sweeter, easier-cracking nut than black walnut. A good shade tree with a spreading habit that's prettier in the landscape than black walnut. Susceptible to Walnut Bunch Disease in the deep south. We have grown Heartnuts for 15 years and have not noticed the disease. For the areas of Zone 8 the disease could be more of a problem. Self fruitful 20' to 35' recommended spacing. Zones 5-8. 

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1 10 Gallon  Seedling$110.00



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Shrubs - Cherries, Bush
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Cherries, Bush to CA,Europe...
Nanking Red Bush Cherry - Prunus tomentosa
Cherry Red Nanking Fruit on Plant Same bush type characteristics of Nanking White. Ripe fruits are juicy, sub-acid to sweet, eaten raw or preserved. At the Edible Park in downtown Asheville NC, kids love them fresh from the bush. Not always self fertile, to insure fruit set, plant 2. Space 6 feet. For landscape effect Japanese plums blooms overlap Nanking cherry. Zones 3-7.  

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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$20.00
4 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$68.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$25.00
4 1 Gallon  Seedling$80.00


Joy Bush Cherry - Prunus jacquemonti x japonica
Cherry Joy After 25 years of "patience and persistence," fruit breeder Elwyn Meader of New Hampshire introduced Joy. At 4' tall these fall bearing bush cherries are easy to care for. Their bloom and form resemble flowering almond. They'll fruit a year after planting. The sour cherry like fruits ripen in late summer and are not bothered by birds. When planted together they should be spaced 3' to 4' apart in well drained soil that gets at least 6 hours of sun a day.They are easy no spray fruits, highly resistant to powdery mildew and cherry worms. They are very hardy(-31 degrees F in Buckfield Maine) and are low chill tolerant in the south and west.Joy is self fertile. Space 3-4' circle. Zones 3-8. 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$22.00


Joel Bush Cherry - Prunus jacquemonti x japonica
Cherry Joel Fruits Joel is so similar to Joy that the above description could be reprinted here. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$15.00
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$22.00


Carmine Jewel Bush Cherry - Prunus cerasus x P. fruiticosa
Cherry Carmine Jewel Bush Carmine Jewel is part of a group of the best tasting bush cherries. The dark red, almost black fruits are sweet with very high nutritional contentof super food status. Carmine Jewel is adaptable, low maintenance with high pest resistance. Height 6-8' tall. Originally from Dr. Les Kerr in Canada and the U of Saskatchewan. Carmine Jewel is a cross of Prunus cerasus (sour cherry) and Prunus fruiticosa (dwarf ground cherry). Introduced in 1999, it is a new addition to a list of top edible landscape plants. Very hardy, Zone 2-7 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$28.00
4 2 inch pot  own roots$80.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Shrubs - Dogwoods
Cornelian Cherry Dogwood - Cornus mas
Dogwood Cornelian Cherry fruit in bowl Cornelian Cherry has similar leaves and the same red fall color as the popular dogwood. It is a large, round bush up to 20' tall. Fruit is about 3/4" x 1/2" and plentiful on the tree, ripening in August. A few days after picking, fruits become soft and have a great, fresh taste, reminiscent of canned cranberry sauce. The yellow blossoms on naked gray branches rival witch hazel in beauty. Blooming in the late winter or very early in the springtime with daffodil. Needs a mate for fruit. Space @ 20 feet Zones 4-7. 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$12.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$25.00


Pioneer Cornelian Cherry - Cornus mas
Dogwood Pioneer Corneilian Cherry Pioneer is a large fruiting Ukrainian variety call Lukyanovskii in Urkraine. A great easy care ornamental bush, producing pear shaped fruit in August. Height 10'-12' Space 10'15' circle Zone 3-8 

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Red Star Cornelian Cherry - Cornus mas
Dogwood Red Star Corneilian Cherry Red Star Cornelian Cherry was selected for its large tasty fruits. Called Vidubetskii in Ukraine, it is a fine pollinator for Pioneer. Height 10-12' Space 10-15' Zone 3-8 

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Shrubs - Miscellaneous
Viking Aronia - Aronia melanocarpa
Aronia Ripe Fruit Viking Aronia is a small shrub about 6', with blueberry size black fruit that can be made into a healthy drink if sweetened.Blooms white flowers in spring followed by black fruits with vivid red leaves in the fall. Tolerates wet sites, sun or shade. Self fertile, not subject to any diseases or insect problems. Space 6' circle. Zones 3 - 8. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00



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Shrubs - Elderberries
Adams Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis
Elderberry Adams Fruit Adams is a native elderberry. Very juicy, purple berries, excellent for elixirs,pies, syrups,wine, etc. Late ripening and a heavy producer. Zones 3-9. Pollinates with other native elderberries. Very large flower heads. Height 6' to 12'. Space 10' circle Zone 3-9 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$12.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$40.00


Johns Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis
Elderberry Johns in bloom Johns produces more fruits and earlier than other varieties. Very large clusters of medium size berries. Especially good for jelly and elderberry elixir. Larger plant than Adams. Zones 3-9. Pollinate with Adams. Very large flower heads. Height 6' to 12'. Space 8' to 10' circle. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$9.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$32.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00


Nova Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis
Elderberry Nova Bush Nova was selected and introduced from Vineland Fruit Station, Ontario, Canada. Fruit clusters are above average and plant will set fruit planted alone. Zones 3- 9. Smaller bush than Adams. Space 6' circle 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$27.00


Cut Leaf Elderberry - Sambucus nigra laciniata
Elderberry Cut Leaf with Fruit A most beautiful form of European elderberry. A 6-8' shrub with deep cut lobed leaves followed by large heads of creamy white flowers and shiny berries. Pollinates well with Black Lace. Space 6' to 8' circle Zones 3-9. 

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1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$18.00
6 Half Gallon #275  own roots$84.00


Black Lace Elderberry - Sambucus nigra
Elderberry Black Lace Bloom Dark purple-black leaves and pink flower clusters. Foliage stays dark throughout the growing season. Very ornamental.Resists leaf diseases. A European elderberry that fruits best with another European sort like Cut Leaf. Height 8'. Space 6' to 8' circle Zone 4-9. 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$16.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00


York Native Elderberry - Sambucus canadensis
Elderberry York York elderberry is similar to Nova except it ripens its fruits a few weeks later. Care free, and will pollinate other native varieties. Space @ 8' circles Height @ 8' Zones 3 to 9 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$12.00
4 3 inch pot  own roots$40.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Native Elderberry - Sambuscus canadensis
Elderberry Adams Fruit Similar in all respects to Adams elderberry, and perhaps a seedling of Adams. This vigorous seedling grows at our nursery and is showy and productive with large fruit clusters ripening for a 4-6 period in summer. Space @ 10' circle Zone 3-9 

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1 2 inch pot  # 3$5.00
1 3 inch pot  # 3$7.00
1 Quart Pot  #5$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  #1$22.00
1 3/4 Gallon  # 3$22.00
1 1 Gallon  #5$25.00


Shrubs - Eleagnus
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Eleagnus to CA...
Amber Autumn Olive - Elaeagnus umbellata
Autumn Olive Amber Amber Autumn Olive gives an abundance of golden yellow berries in September, The fruits are sweet and astringent and soft seeded. They are a colorful addition to fall fruit salads or green garden salads. Amber Autumn Olive is not bothered by pests or diseases and is self fertile. Mature height about 10'-12'. Hardy to about -35°F. Produces 2nd year after planting. Blooms early May, ripens around September. Productive. Hardy to zone 4. Space 6-10 foot circles. Zones 4-8 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Ruby Autumn Olive - Elaeagnus umbellata
Autumn Olive Red Fruit Ruby Autumn Olive is an attractive, heavy bearing shrub with red fruits and profuse white flowers. Not bothered by insects or diseases, Ruby excels with little care. Roots are nitrogen fixing to the soil. Considered invasive in some states since seeds are spread by birds. Good wildlife food. Fruit extremely high in lycopenes. Space 10-12 foot circle. Zones 3-8 

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Garnet Autumn Olive
Autumn Olive Red Fruit A highly productive selection, Garnet has high flavor and intense red color. Blooms are small trumpet shaped, white and plentiful. Autumn Olive are rugged, disease free and have no insect problems. Space @ 10' to 15' circle. Zone 3-8 

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Shrubs - Feijoa
Feijoa (Pineapple Guava) - Feijoa sellowiana
Feijoa fruit in bowl Feijoa is an attractive evergreen shrub bearing delicious fruits with an unusual, refreshing pineapple-mint flavor. The leaves are soft green on top, silvery underneath. 1" wide fuchsia-like, white petal flowers have showy red centers reminiscent of fuchsia flowers. The white flower petals y are one of the best tasting edible flowers. Succulent and sweet, and vanilla like, feijoa flowers can be enjoyed alone or in fruit or vegetable salads. Low maintenance plant, no insects or diseases. Ideal for containers and can be planted at the beach because of its high salt tolerance. Feijoa looks excellent in the landscape and makes a beautiful hedge. Clients in Richmond and Virginia Beach areas find it hardy and richly rewarding to grow. Withstands temperatures from about 5 degrees F to 12 degrees F. Zones 7 (sheltered) to 9. At our nursery Feijoa planted outside on the south side of our office has overwintered and fruited since 2008,with winter injury 2014 and 15. Space 6' to 8' circle in zone 7 and 10' to 12' in zones 8 & 9. Plant two plants to insure pollination.  

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1 3 inch pot  Seedling$7.00
8 3 inch pot  Seedling$40.00
1 4 inch pot  Seedling$8.00
6 4 inch pot  Seedling$30.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$10.00
4 Quart Pot  Seedling$28.00
1 3 Gallon  Seedling$50.00
1 5 Gallon  Seedling$75.00


Shrubs - Figs
Hardy Chicago Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Hardy Chicago ripe fruit A brown fig, rich and sweet. Good for potted culture, although it is our most dependable outdoor fig. Hardy Chicago ripens its figs from August until fall frost and will have some fruit in July. Has produced as many as 100 pints of figs in one season. Does extremely well in NC and we send this one to enthusiasts up north, because of its early fruiting tendency. Success will vary with every location, so be sure to give it the warmest, most protected place. It's our best fig and came to our attention in the 1970's when cuttings for propagation came from Fred Borne, a North American Fruit Explorer member. Cuttings were supplied to him from a man from Chicago with a "U" shaped house, from a bush he had protected for some years. Without protection the mature bushes top would die back from winter cold, but sprouted from the roots and ripened some figs at the end of the season. Most fig varieties do not share this trait. Usually, a fig's above ground growth must survive the winter in order to fruit the following season. Leaves are the 5-lobed type and the plant has a bush form in the east. Space 8' to 10' circle in Zone 7. Zones 6-8. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3 inch pot  own roots$10.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Celeste Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Celeste Fruit Celeste is also known in the South as the "Sugar Fig". A Southern tradition, long-lived and hardy, Celeste's reputation comes from many generations of people that have grown this fig. The "eye" at the bottom of the fruit is small, keeping insects out. Fruits main crop early on last years wood. Good for pots. Space 10' circle in Zone 7 and 12' circle in the South. Zones 6-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 inch pot  own roots$9.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$15.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$35.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00



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Brown Turkey Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Brown Turkey Brown Turkey fig does well in large pots and fruits well in Northern areas such as Long Island, NY. Very good against walls in Northern areas. Brown fruit with amber flesh. Space 8' to 10' circle Zones 6-9. 

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LSU Purple Fig - Ficus carica
Fig LSU Purple LSU Purple fig is a very reliable, prolific producer of early to late delicious figs. One of the best figs to come along for some time. Excellent for containers, producing early figs as soon as growth starts. Very acclimated to the fluctuating weather of the South, does great in Virginia Beach. Zones 7-9. Has fruited well at our nursery (zone 7). A customer from Hamilton Square, NJ (zone 6) is fruiting LSU Purple successfully outside. More nematode resistant than most figs in Florida. Best to pick a few days after fruit turns black, wrinkles and elongates. Space 10' to 12' circle 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$10.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Conadria Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Conadria 3 fruits Conadria is our largest yellow fig with high sugar content. Some can set snugly in a tea cup. Can be used for dried figs and fresh fruit. Introduced in 1955 by Ira Condit USDA Riverside, CA. Fruit resists spoilage in rainy weather and has a small eye so it rates good for insect resistance. Produces 2 crops. The 1st crop, breba crop is good, the second crop, very good. In zone 7 produces only one crop. Can be grown in a 10 gallon pot and planted in the ground, in the pot, after winter storage (temps no lower than 30 degrees F) where it will root through the pot and produce large excellent figs in summer, as experience by a hobbyist in Smyrna, Delaware. Plant is vigorous, precocious, widely planted in the San Joaquin Valley, CA. Zone 5-7 pots. Space 10' circle in Virginia and 15' circle Zone 8 & 9. Conadria has also been called Galbun mistakenly. Zone 7-9  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Violet de Bordeaux Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Violet de Bordeaux Also known as Negronne, Violet de Bordeaux is a purplish-black fruit with rich strawberry pulp. Considered by many the finest tasting fig. Popular in the Northwest and West. Needs protection in cold winter areas. Good for home planting as tree is dwarf. Similar fruit to Black Mission, but hardier and a smaller size tree than Mission. Fruit ripens later than Hardy Chicago, Marseilles and Celeste. Closed eye. Space @ 8' circle. Zones 7b-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Petite Negri - Ficus carica
Fig Petite Negri 2013 four ripe figs Petite Negri is a large black fig with excellent flavor. One of the best producers for pot culture. The dwarf plant is very productive. Similar to Black Mission and Violet de Bordeaux fig and produces an early and late crop when potted. Outside culture is for zones 7-9. Produces one crop outside at our nursery. Space @ 8' circle. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Texas BA-1 Fig
Fig Texas BA 1 2011 Sweetest of our collection. Hardy in 7 if protected from the wind.Space 10' circle. Ripens @ 2 weeks later than Hardy Chicago. Zone 7-8 

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Lattarulla Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Latterulla At our nursery Lattarulla ripens its yellow figs earlier then all others, usually starting in June or July. Because of fluctuating winter weather, these buds can become damaged and not fruit as much as in milder regions such as the Pacific Northwest. The fall crops are inferior fruit because they need pollination from a fig wasp that only lives in Europe in fig producing countries or parts of California. King fig seems to be the same as Lattarulla. Also called Danny's Delight, this fig has ripened its fruit near Lake Michigan outside. Figs are large, pale green to yellow, sweet and delicious. Fruits are well worth the effort since they are the first to ripen, usually in mid-June at our nursery. Success will vary in zones 6-8. Space 10' circles 

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1 2 Gallon  own roots$35.00  -  $20.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$40.00  -  $25.00


Verte (Green Ischia) - Ficus carica
Fig Verte Verte ripens about the same time as LSU Purple, so best to grow in zone 7 - 8. In a long season fruits will dry on the tree around October. Very sweet and good for drying. Since they ripen with their outside color green, they will fool the birds. The dark red flesh is in total contrast to the green skin. Strawberry is used to describe the inside color of the fruit. Also called Green Ischia. In our area plants are bush like and of small stature like Violet de Bordeaux. Space about 8' - 10' circle in Zone 6 - 7 and space 12'-15' circle in Zone 8.

 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$10.00


Black Mission Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Black Mission Black Mission is an heirloom variety first planted in California, where it is now an important agricultural product fresh and dried. In 1768 Franciscan missionaries planted it in San Diego. Has two crops in the right climates, usually zones 8 and 9. Has had some success in zone 7. Usually a tree in San Diego and bush like in the east. Space, 12' circle in the east. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Kadota Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Kadota In zone 7, Kadota is an open bush, ripening most of its figs on last years growth. The fruits are yellow, medium to large size and delicious, ripening best with full sun and hot temperatures. Also known as Peter's Honey fig. Kadota is a popular fig because as a canned product it can be purchased in super markets in the US. Kadota is excellent fresh and very sweet. It sometimes ripens a few early figs that are extremely large. Space @ 10' circle  

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 5 Gallon  $50.00  -  $30.00



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Panache Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Panache Extremely flavorful fig similar in taste and interior color to Verte, but its surface is striped yellow and green. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Marseilles Fig - Ficus carica
Fig Marseilles Cluster on Plant Large yellow figs ripen the end of July on previous seasons growth. Very productive and early ripening. Produces an early main crop of short neck delicately sweet fruit. The plant slows it's growth into the fall and "hardens off" well. There is usually no young wood die back the following spring. Usually starts ripening a few weeks before Hardy Chicago and ends its production before Hardy Chicago does. Space 8'-10' circle, Zone 6 - 9. Also called Oregon Prolific and St. Anthony Fig. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00


O'Rourke Fig - Ficus carica
Fig English Brown Turkey O'Rourke flesh is golden with red near center of the fruit when soft ripe. Ripens before Celeste. Fruit hangs down when fully ripe. O'Rourke is more resistant to defoliation caused by fig leaf rust. Ripens its fruits early and continues late into the fall. A new variety from LSU with Celeste in its parentage. Zones 6-9 Space 10' circle 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$10.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Shrubs - Flowers
Rosa Canina - Rosa canina
Rose Rosa canina bush and hips A perfectly lovely rose in its simple charm. Scented, delicate, apple blossom-pink single flowers. Tall 6'-8' gracefully arching shrub with healthy blue-green foliage. Showy display of scarlet hips dresses up the shrub for winter. The best tasting rose hip for winter use. Space 8' circle Zones 5-7. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00


Purple Pavement Rose - Rosa rugusa
Rose Purple Pavement Hips Purple Pavement Rose is also known as Rotsmere in Germany. It is a carefree dwarf rose. Healthy repeat blooms start a week later than Foxy Pavement and is very fragrant. Height 3' and same width. Purple Pavement will spread to a 6' circle. The very hardy shrub has huge red hips in late summer and fall. Leaves do not get leaf spot. Zones 3-8 

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Snow Pavement Rose - Rosa rugusa
Rose Snow Border Rose Snow pavement is also known as Schneekoppe. Flowers are white tinged with lavender pink, very fragrant, semi-double petals blooming throughout the growing season. Light red rose hips in summer and fall on this compact spreading bush. Leaves do not get leaf spot. Space 5' circle. Zones 3 - 8. 

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Foxy Pavement Rose - Rosa rugusa
Rose Foxy 2011 Foxy Pavement rose is a double pink, black spot immune, care free, three foot tall and wide dwarf rose bush. The deep pink variety is an improvement over Frau Dagmar Hastrup which it resembles. Good for tough conditions and very hardy, the heavenly fragrant flowers give way to large rose hips up to 1" in diameter, turning dark red in the fall. Space 3' to 5' circle Zones 3 - 8. 

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Shrubs - Goji Berries
Phoenix Tears Goji Berry - Lycium barbarum
Goji Berry Fruit The rave of the health food industry, this Goji hails from China. A vining shrub up to 3'-6' tall. Fruits ripen throughout summer. Best to prune to a bush form. Hardy to -10 degrees F. Plant in full to partial sun with good soil drainage. Some extra lime to keep the pH up to 7 keeps Goji plants happy. Our self fertile variety is a seedling selected in Pheonix, AZ. The seeds originated from plants grown in Ningxia Provence, China, a main exporter of dried Goji berries. Space 6' circle on trellis Zone 5-9  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  own roots$11.00
8 2 inch pot  own roots$64.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$17.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$48.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$18.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Shrubs - Goumi
Sweet Scarlet Goumi - Eleagnus multiflora
Eleagnus Sweet Scarlett Goumi Sweet Scarlet Goumi is an attractive small shrub with olive shaped leaves and silvery under tones. The wood of the plant is a rich red brown, and the flowers are dainty and white. The fruits are clustered and dense with a deep red color. Fruits can be eaten fresh with other fruit or green salads, and juiced or made into jellies and jams. Their ease of care and dependable cropping make this plant a valued part of your collection. Not bothered by bugs or disease it can be a center piece in the yard. It is also a nitrogen fixing plant.Space 6' circle Zones 4-8 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Shrubs - Honeysuckle (bush)
Berry Blue Edible Honeysuckle (Haskap) - Loncera kamtschatica
Honeysuckle Berryblue These compact, small pretty European bushes are our first fruits to ripen at the nursery. Very hardy, they thrive in Siberia. The flowers are not showy or scented like a honeysuckle vine but the fruits are good. Blue, tart and flavorful, the fruits ripen before strawberries. Can be shy producers in areas prone to late frosts. Also known as Honeyberry and Haskap, Berryblue edible honeysuckle is a easy care addition to any landscape. They perform best in colder zones 5,4,and3. Zone 3-7. Space 4' circle 

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Blue Velvet Edible Honeysuckle (Haskap) - Lonicera caerulea edulis
Honeysuckle Blue Velvet This unique variety has unusual, attractive greyish green, velvet like foliage and a broad, spreading habit. Blue Velvet produces tasty, large fruit and grows 3 - 4' in height and 5-6' wide. Blooms later than Berryblue and Bluebird.  

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Blue Moon Edible Honeysuckle (Haskap) - Lonicera caerulea edulis
Honeysucle Blue Moon Fruits A very attractive spreading shrub, Blue Moon has soft, velvety, bright-green foliage and bears nt crops of light blue, tasty tart fruit. Blooms later than Berryblue and Bluebird. Zone 3-7 

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Blue Pacific Edible Honeysuckle - Lonicera caerulea edulis
Honeysuckle Blue Moon flowers Blue Pacific is a compact bush like the other edible honeysuckles. From the east coast of Russia, this attractive variety features a spreading form, light green foliage, and large, light blue, tasty fruit. It is a late blooming variety. Choose Blue Moon or Blue Velvet to pollinate. Space @ 4' circle, height @ 4' tall. Zone 3-7 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Shrubs - Juneberries (aka Serviceberry)
Regent Juneberry - Amelanchier alnifolia
Juneberry  Regent Fruit Regent is a hardy juneberry bush from South Dakota. The very productive bush has sweet blueberry like fruits up to 1/2" in diameter. The good red fall color, profuse white spring flowers, followed by bunches of fruit make this trouble-free plant an all season ornamental. The plant only reaches 4'-6' tall with the same spread. Great for easy picking. The fruits ripen the first week of June. Many of our clients just stand around the bush and enjoy. Plant a row of this native plant for effect or serious picking. Also called saskatoon and serviceberry in different parts of the country. Zones 4-8. 

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1 3 inch pot  Seedling$10.00
4 3 inch pot  Seedling$28.00
1 4 inch pot  Seedling$12.00


Princess Diana Juneberry - Amelancier x grandifolia
Juneberry Princess Diana 2011 Gracefully spreading 12'-15' bush with excellent red fall color, lasting late into the season. Shrouded with large white blossoms in spring, "Princess Diana" will often bloom while young. Delightful, large purplish-red edible fruits are produced in abundance. Usually singled trunk. Space 8' circle Native Zones 3b-8a. 

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Shrubs - Pomegranates
Russian Pomegranate Salavatski - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Russian Fruits Dr. Chris Inhulsen, Montezuma, Ga., tested Russian pomegranates and found they survived winters where the popular "Wonderful" variety killed to the ground. The plants were reported to take -6 degrees F once, and at Montezuma, GA., 8 degrees F. Salavatski was his first choice for hardy, dependable, high quality fruit. The fruits as large as the store-bought "Wonderful" variety, and are orange-red in skin and red arils. Like "Wonderful" it is a hard seeded variety. According to Dr. Levin, the originator of the variety, the hard seeded varieties can withstand colder temperatures by a few degrees than the soft seeded varieties. We can thank Dr. Levin for the many pomegranate varieties.He has given us a new fruit for our area that is beautiful and easy to grow. At our nursery in Virginia, Salavatski has fruited yearly without winter damage to the plant. Space 8' to 10' circle. It's best to plant out of the winter winds. More protection and less in the open helps especially with younger plants. Self fertile, Salavatski has ripened in Lancaster, PA(Zone 6) planted on the south side of a home. Zones 7-10. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Crimson Sky Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Nikitskii Rannii Nikitskii Ranii Pomegranate is called Crimson Sky in the US. Also called R19 when planted at the original University of Georgia test plot of Dr. Levin's hardiest varieties from Turkmanistan. Ranii in Russian means early. Crimson Sky ripens its fruits early in October. They are consistently bright red with a very appealing taste, sweet and tart. Very hardy like Salavatski. Self fertile. Space 10' circle Zone 7-8 For trial in zone 6 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Austin Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Austin Austin has a very large fruit, usually a pound or better. Austin has more juice than the variety in the food stores called Wonderful. Pink skin with red blush. Red to dark red arils, contrasting the skin color. The sweet Juice has just a hint of tartness and is superior to many sweet varieties. Originating in Syria, brought to the US by a gentleman in Austin, TX. Cold hardy with a zone rating of 7b - 8. It would be wise to plant the Austin out of winter winds in Zone 7. Self fertile. Zone 7 space about 10' circle. Zone 8 12 - 15' circle. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00


Parfianka Russian Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Parfianka Originally imported from Dr. Gregory Levin at the Garrigala agricultural station in Turkmenistan. Parfianka is a favored selection from a collection of over 1000 Pomegranate varieties. The fruit is quite large and highly colored in beautiful bright red. The arils are large and bright red with a very small, soft, edible seed. The fruit is of the highest quality.100 to 200 chill hours. Self fruitful. Space 10' circle. Zone 7 - 9. (warm 6 perhaps).
 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00


Desertnyi Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate-in-Landscape Another choice variety from Dr. Gregory Levin. A soft seeded variety from the Turkmenistan collection. The juice of Desertnyi imparts an orange flavor unique to pomegranates. The terra cotta colored rind contrast with the dark red arils(the seeds and surrounding pulp). Desertnyi translates to english as "dessert". The flavor is a balance of sweetness and acidity. Self fertile. Space 10' circle Zone 7-9 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$40.00


Red Silk Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Red Silk Red Silk is a heavy producer,"serious bearing" with rich flavor and color, with an almond taste essense. Brought to the attention of the University of Georgia variety planting at Ponder Farm, Tifton from the Crab family, and grew in popularity from there. Excellent flavor and very red skin color, Red Silk is a fine choice. Smaller tree size is 6 feet, but not a full dwarf. Best flavored, high quality dwarf size bush we have. Self fertile. Zones 8-9 Space 8'-10' circle  

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00


Favorite Lyubimy Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Russian Fruit On Plant Favorite is the Russian pomegranate variety Lyubimy which translates to Favorite. A promising selection even in protected areas of Zone 6. Medium size tree, space 8-10' circle. Self fertile. Zone 7-9 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$12.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00



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Kazake Hardy Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Salavatski Blooms Kazake is listed with Salavatski as being the hardiest varieties for planting in colder winter areas. Originally from Uzbekistan. Rosy red fruit to a dull yellow (further south) with deep red arils. A compact bush. Kazake has a closed calyx. This trait prevents splitting. Self fertile. Zone 6 (out of windy locations)to Zone 9 Space 8' circle 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Kaj-acik-anor Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Kaj Acik Anor Kaj-acik-anor (Cray-a-keek-a-nor) is a very cold hardy variety giving heavy crops of long keeping large round fruits that are high in sugar with nice acid balance. This Uzbek-Tadzhik variety makes a large vigorous plant. It was one of the more successful "Russian" varieties(aka R9) at the Ponder Farm planting conducted by the University of Georgia in the 1970's. Self fertile. Zones 7 - 8 Space 10' circle 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Eve Pomegranate - Punica granatum
Pomegranate Eve Eve pomegranate is a heavy producing red fruiting variety with pink arils and excellent taste. Zones 7B-9. Space 12' circle. Self fertile. Photo credit John Panzarella, Houston, TX 

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1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$32.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Tree Fruits - Apples
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Apples to CA...
William's Pride Apple - Malus spp
Apple Williams Pride Early maturing attractive, dark red apple with excellent tart fruit quality and immunity to apple scab. Extremely resistant to cedar apple rust and fire blight. For an out-of-hand apple this is the best for so early in the season. It blooms over a long span and produces annually. Zones 4-8. 

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1 7 Gallon grafted on EMLA 25 STANDARD$85.00
1 7 Gallon  NCI 29 Semi DWF similar to M26$75.00



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Arkansas Black Apple - Malus spp
Apple Arkansas Black 2010 Arkansas Black is a permaculture tree with good for you, deep red, winter keeping apples. Tree very disease resistant. Self fertile. Fruits are picked late in our area and mature their best flavor after a few months storage in the fridge. Arkansas Black Apple is chosen as a wildlife tree since the tree is disease resistant and the fruits hang well into the late fall. Standard tree spacing 20' circle, dwarf spacing 10' circle. Zones 5-8. 

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1 3 Gallon grafted on EMLA 111 - 80% of standard$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Pristine Apple - Malus spp
Apple Pristine Fruit Even earlier than William's Pride. Pristine has good disease resistant to cedar apple rust and apple scab, but can get spur blight in wet springs. The bright yellow fruit dependably ripens here yearly. Excellent for fresh eating for such an early apple. A good keeper for an early apple. Texture is not hard like a winter apple, but crisp and zesty. A good substitute for Lodi apple, being good for apple sauce like Lodi but much better quality for eating out of hand. Space 10' circles for dwarf trees and 15' for semi-dwarf. Space @ 25' for standard. Zones 5-7. 

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1 7 Gallon grafted on EMLA 26 - Dwarf to semi dwarf 10 - 15 ft$85.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on M7 - Semi dwarf up to 15 ft$70.00



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Enterprise Apple - Malus spp
Apple Enterprise Fruit Enterprise is a very rich, spicy, super disease-resistant apple. Mellows in storage. Deep maroon color. Ripens in late September here and is delicious off the tree. Similar in taste to Fuji but much better disease resistance. Space standard size trees 20' circles and dwarf trees 10' circle. Zones 5-7. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on M26 - Dwarf to Semi 10 - 15 ft$25.00
1 1 Gallon grafted on M26 - Dwarf to Semi 10 - 15 ft$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on EMLA 7 - Semi dwarf up to 15 ft$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 2 Gallon grafted on M9 - Dwarf 9 - 12 ft 25% of standard$40.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on EMLA 7 - Semi dwarf up to 15 ft$45.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on EMLA 26 - Dwarf to semi dwarf 10 - 15 ft$75.00



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Centennial Apple - Malus spp
Apple Centennial Fruit On Tree Centennial is a low-spreading tree of about 12'. One of the sweeter more delicious ornamental apples for eating out-of-hand. Very hardy. Introduced from Excelsior, MN. Pretty bloom and tree shape. Apples have a hint of crab apple flavor. Ripens here in August. Delicious cheese compliment. Zones 4-8. 

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1 10 Gallon grafted on EMLA 106 - Semi standard$90.00
1 15 Gallon grafted on EMLA 106 - Semi standard$105.00



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Goldrush Apple - Malus Hybrid
Apple Goldrush in boel Goldrush was introduced from the same Purdue breeding project as Pristine, Williams Pride, and Enterprise. It is a good keeper with excellent flavor. Space semi-dwarf 12' circle. Zone 5-8  

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1 3 Gallon  Geneva 11 (Dwarf)$45.00


Arkansas Black Spur Apple - Malus spp
Apple Arkansas Black 2010 Arkansas Black Spur is a more compact form of Arkansas Black apple. In spur growth the buds of the branches are closer together. The result is more flowering and leafing in a shorter distance. Since the branching is not as long, the tree is smaller, but very well rooted and anchored to the ground,since it's grafted on a seedling root. Fruits are large and very dark red. Keeps for months in storage. Non-browning in fruit salads. A very good tree for hot summer areas and needs 500-600 hours of winter temps below 45 degrees F. Height 10' and same width. Space 12' circle. Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on EMLA 111 - 80% of standard$30.00
1 1 Gallon  MM118$32.00
1 1 Gallon grafted on MM106 - Semi standard$32.00
1 1 Gallon grafted on M26 - Dwarf to Semi 10 - 15 ft$32.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on MM111 - 80% of standard$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on MM111 - 80% of standard$45.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on EMLA 106 - Semi standard$45.00


Stayman Winesap Apple - Malus spp
Apple Stayman Winesap Stayman Winesap trees can flourish without care. Examples of older trees in our area that are uncared for still produce usable fruit. Usually they go into alternate bearing and produce heavy crops every other year when not cared for. Trees are resistant like Arkansas Black Apple. The fruit can be very large. They ripen early fall and can soften quickly at room temperature, but will keep in the refrigerator for about 6 weeks. Flavor is tart-mild with a crisp texture, and very good eating. Excellent taste for juicing and cider blends. It is a favorite roadside market apple in Virginia. Developed in 1866 from Leavenworth KS. Stayman does not pollinate other apples, so it's a good trio tree, with 2 different varieties planted near by. Zone 5-8 800 chill hours required. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on M7 - Semi dwarf up to 15 ft$32.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on MM111 - 80% of standard$50.00


Liberty Apple - Malus spp
Apple Liberty fruits Shiny, deep-red,(lighter the further south Liberty is grown) crisp apple that is scab immune and resistant to mildew, cedar apple rust and fire blight. Late summer ripening. Keeps well. One of the most disease resistant apples ever developed. Has a McIntosh aroma with a crisp, juicy flavor essence. Very productive, so keep about 3" between each fruit. Self fertile. Space dwarf, semi-dwarf and standard in circles of 10', 15', 20' respectively. Zones 4-7. 

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1 3 Gallon grafted on B9 - Dwarf 9 - 12 ft 25% of standard $45.00
1 3 Gallon  Geneva 935 (Semi-Dwarf)$45.00
1 5 Gallon  Geneva 935 (Semi-Dwarf)$60.00
1 10 Gallon grafted on EMLA 26 - Dwarf to semi dwarf 10 - 15 ft$120.00
1 10 Gallon grafted on M7 - Semi dwarf up to 15 ft$120.00



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Tree Fruits - Apricots
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Apricots to CA, Europe...
Winter Double Pink Flowering Ume Apricot - Prunus mume
Apricot Ume 2011 Japanese apricot or Ume fruits are eaten raw, candied, boiled, preserved in sugar, pickled in salt and dried, or made into a liqueur. The pulp is also used in the preparation of ume-bishio, a sour jam. At our nursery flowers bloom in February. The early pollen makes Ume an excellent honey bee tree. Very fragrant, large ruffled, deep-pink flowers. Self fertile. Mature height 12'. Sometimes used as a bonsai specimen. Space 10'-15' circle. Zones 5-7.  

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Koume Apricot - Prunus ume
Apricot Ume 2 Koume is another variety of Ume with semi- double pink flowers. Small fruit 3/4 inch to 1 inch diameter. Used primarily for pickling and medicinal purposes. Semi-double pink flowers have a spicy fragrance, and bloom from late January to late February. Does well in mild winter areas. Requires 400 hours chilling below 45º F. Ripens: Mid May.Cold Hardy to USDA Zone 7.
 

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1 3 Gallon  Mariana 2624 semi dwarf 10 - 15$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Tree Fruits - Che, Seedless
Seedless Che - Cudrania tricuspidata
Che Seedless Exclusively from Edible Landscaping our Seedless Che is a small rounded fall-fruiting ornamental tree. In the deep South Che ripens in mid-July, and in Virginia it ripens late September through October. Grafted on Osage orange to prevent suckering, these are superior trees. Bears splendid crop of lovely red fruit clusters over the entire tree. A center of attention at ripening time. Fully ripe fruits are juicy, sweet, very pleasant and fig-like in taste. Birds don't bother the fruits. Completely seedless and self fertile, does not need a male pollinator. Makes great "fig" preserves. Space 14' circle. Zones 6-9. May be hardy in the north, but no info is available on how well the fruit ripens. May have juvenile thorns on young plants. 

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Tree Fruits - Cherries, Sour
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Cherries, Sour to CA,Europe,Canada,...
Northstar Dwarf Sour Cherry - Prunus cerasus
Cherry North Star full harvest Northstar is a sour Morello type cherry that's very tasty right off the tree. Fruits are large and the stone small and easily removed. Tree is a genetic dwarf, grows less than 10' tall. Self fertile, excellent for home gardens. Zones 5-8. 

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1 3 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$45.00
1 10 Gallon grafted on Mahaleb - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$135.00



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Montmorency Sour Cherry - Prunus cerasus
Cherry Northstar Fruit Montmorency pie cherry is the most widely known sour cherry planted throughout North America. The fruit is bright red with a clear juicy flesh. Trees are self fertile, winter hardy and very productive. Space 10-12 feet, height 10 feet. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Colt - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$30.00
1 10 Gallon grafted on Mahaleb - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$135.00



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Tree Fruits - Cherries, Sweet
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Cherries, Sweet to CA, Europe...
Stella Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Stella Stella is a self fertile large heart-shaped black sweet cherry. The natural spur growth reduces tree height under 15'. Ripens early, mid June-July. Pretty landscape plant. Space 10'-12' circle Zone 5-7  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$45.00


Rainier Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Ranier Fruit An outstanding, new, light colored yellow cherry with red blush. Flesh is very firm and finely textured with good quality and flavor. The yellow color outsmarts the birds as they go for the red cherries. Rainier has a distinct flavor superior to most varieties. Bears early, is bud hardy and resistant to cracking. Needs a pollinator, Sam or Stella are good. Space dwarf trees @ 10' circle. Space semi-dwarf trees 15' circle and standard cherry at a 20' circle. Zone 5-7 

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Sam Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Sam Sam is a black sweet cherry ripening early. Very crack resistant in wet weather. A favorite at the nursery. Good pollinator for Ranier. Canker resistant, which is very important for eastern conditions. More adapted than Bing sweet cherry to eastern conditions. Space dwarf at 10' circle, semi dwarf 15' circle and standards at 25' circles. Zones 5-7. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Mahaleb - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on Mahaleb - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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White Gold Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry White Gold White Gold Cherry is self fertile. Its parents were Emperor Francis and the self fertile, red cherry, Stella. It is cold hardy in both mid-winter and spring frost situations. It is highly tolerant to cherry leaf spot and resistant to bacterial canker situations. White Gold yields heavily and resists cracking in rainy weather. A very good pollinator for other sweet cherries. Space 10' circle for dwarf on Krymst 5 or Giesla 5 rootstock 15' space for semi dwarf and 25' space on standard. Zone 4b-7.
 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$45.00


Ulster Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Black Gold Ulster's fruits are large and just like the famous Bing Chery, but Ulster is highly resistant to cracking from rain at picking time. They are juicy, sweet, and very dark red. The tree is productive. Introduced in 1964 from Geneva, New York. Dwarf tree on Krymst 5 grows 8' to 12',space in 10' circle Choose another sweet cherry to pollinate Ulster. Zone 5-7. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Mahaleb - Semi dwarf 70% of standard$35.00


Kristin Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Kristin We've grown Kristin at the nursery for many years and it is a favorite for many of us here. The dark fruit has a rich flavor and is one of the first dark sweet cherries to ripen. Grows well up north to zone 4, so it's the highest quality of the hardy sweet cherries. If you are new to growing sweet cherries please read our care guide for an over view of their care. Space about 10' circle for dwarf, 15' circle for semi dwarf. Zone 4-7.
 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$45.00


Black York Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Black York DWilson Ripens a bit latter than Kristin or Sam. An excellent pollinator for other varieties such as Kristin and Ulster. Blooms with Stella,Sam and Rainier, though Rainier is a few days earlier. Large dark fruit on a rugged grower-friendly tree. Very cold hardy and resistant to bacterial canker. On dwarf rootstock space 10' circle.On Standard rootstock space 20' circle Zone 5-7. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$30.00
1 3 Gallon  Krymsk 6 Semi-Dwarf$45.00


Lala Star Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry LaLa Star Lala Star Sweet Cherry is a new self fertile selection from Bologna, Italy. The large fruits have excellent flavor and are very sweet(20 brix). Trees are very productive with a semi-spur habit and resists cracking due to rain. Zone 5-7 Space 12' circle 

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Black Pearl Sweet Cherry - Prunus avium
Cherry Black Pearl Large, sweet, exceptional firmness and storability. Another sweet cherry pollenizer is required. Ripens early midseason. Black Pearl is an early cherry with exceptional firmness and storability, ripening 8 to 10 days before Bing. This large cherry is firm and crunchy with excellent flavor, 20% sugar and a low incidence of cracking. The vigorous, upright tree produces well. Introduced from Cornell. Zones 5-7 Space 12-15' circle 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$30.00
1 1 Gallon  Krymsk 6 Semi-Dwarf$30.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on krymsk 5 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 12 ft$75.00



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Tree Fruits - Dogwoods
Cornus Kousa Chinese Dogwood
Dogwood Cornus Kousa Blooming This species from China and Japan is much like our native dogwood, but the floral bracts are pointed and produce several weeks later in the season. Tree develops interesting bark as it grows and the showy fruits are edible. Leaves have good fall color. Kousa has few pest problems. It is highly resistant to dogwood borer and dogwood anthracnose that has been plaguing flowering dogwoods in recent years. Zones 6-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$15.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$25.00


Tree Fruits - Jujubes
Li Jujube - Zizyphus jujuba
Jujube Li 2010 Li jujube has a large oval mahogany colored fruit ripening in September. Fruits are crisp and sweet fresh. Fruits are dried, candied, and prepared in Asian cuisine. The tree is showy with glossy leaves. Flowers are small and yellow blooming in June. Flowers escape late frosts and smell like grape soda. Tree is small 15' max and round. Jujube is easy to grow and has no pests. It is a less care, no spray plant. Rootstock can sucker especially if ground is cultivated around the plant. Space 10' to 15' circle. Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 5 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$65.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Lang Jujube - Zizyphus jujuba
Jujube Lang dw Lang has a large bell shaped fruit, ripening one month later than Li. Fruits are good fresh right from the tree. Tree is pretty with olive shaped glistening leaves. Flowers are small, yellow and scented. They can sweeten the air around the tree especially at twilight. The smell is reminiscent of grape soda. Blooming in June here, the flowers are never damaged by late spring frosts. Jujube is native to China and adapts very well in the US. Space 15'. Height averages 15 to 20' Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 5 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$65.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Contorted Jujube 'So' - Zizyphus jujuba
Jujube So Contorted This jujube is a small tree with angled zig zagged branches. The fruits are round, sweet and crisp, holding their ripe fruit longer on the tree than most varieties. Fruits ripen first in our collection. An excellent specimen tree.There is a lot of value for the homeowner from this tree because it's easy to grow, the fruits are good fresh and it does not take up a lot of space. A fine choice for public places too! Brought from China in 1914 by the famous plant explorer Frank Meyer. Space 10'. Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$50.00


Admiral Wilkes Jujube - Zizyphus jujuba
Jujube Admiral Wilkes Admiral Wilkes on a trip to China came back with a jujube that was planted in downtown Washington DC at the US Botanical Garden in the late 1800's. It was the first jujube planted in the US. Lee Reich brought it to my attention in the 1970's, when he was living across the street from me in Adelphi, MD. It's been growing at the nursery in VA for many years and is a very reliable producer of elongated shaped fruit. Ripens later than Li, Lang, and Contorted. Space 10-15' circle Height about 15-20' with an upright form. Zone 6-8. 

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Sugarcane Jujube - Zizyphus jujuba
Jujube Sugar Cane Sugarcane is similar to our other varieties of jujube. Sugar Cane has attractive shiny leaves, a care free plant with 150 hours of chilling. Height 15' to 20' with the same spread and is cold hardy to zone 5. But fruits are extremely sweet. Ripe fruits have an apple texture and are usually round to elongated. Space 15' circle Zone 5-9 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Jujube seeding$50.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Tree Fruits - Medlars
Breda Giant Medlar - Mespilus germanica
Medlar Fruit Breda Giant's fruits resemble very, very large bronze rose hips. A relative of the pear, medlars are sometimes referred to as northern loquat because of their long green leaves with a leathery appearance. Breda Giant is self fertile, late blooming with showy white flowers and the tree is long lived and dwarf. Fruits are harvested firm, when leaves start falling in late fall. In warmer areas they can blet and ripen on the tree. Fruits can be stored to blet in clean shavings, boxed in a cool basement or porch. The flesh turns soft and has an applesauce cinnamon like flavor. Also called nespola in Italy. Fruits are bug free but can get quince or cedar apple rust. Space 8' circle Zone 5-9  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on English Hawthorne$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Provence Dwarf quince @ 8 ft$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on Provence Dwarf quince @ 8 ft$35.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Provence Dwarf quince @ 8 ft$50.00


Tree Fruits - Mulberries
Illinois Everbearing - Morus alba x rubra
Mulberry Illinois Everbearing The ideal fresh-eating mulberry; delightful sweet tart flavor. Fruits 2 1/2" long. The standard others are judged by. It ripens for 6 weeks. Illinois Everbearing is a natural selection from the wild with native characteristics. At this time zones 7 and 8 are experiencing "popcorn" disease on fruit, so we recommend only northern or north western states to grow the tree. Space 30' circle. Zone 5-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Mulberry Morus alba$35.00


Shangri La Mulberry - Morus alba
Mulberry Shangri la 2011 Large, black fruit with huge heart-shaped leaves. From Naples, FL, yet hardy here in VA too! Fruits earlier than all other varieties. Small tree up to 20'. Delicious plump berries above average size. Space 15' circle. Zones 7-9. " Shangri La is a wonderful tree, I have to buy more for friends....... C M Washington DC  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00
1 Quart Pot  own roots$18.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00
1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  own roots$40.00


Dwarf Weeping Mulberry - Morus alba
Mulberry Weeping 2012 Our weeping mulberry is a black fruiting weeper. Mature tree size 12' tall and wide. Get one for the kids, they make great playhouses! Or, how about a summer outdoor shower stall? Fruits are not as large as our other black mulberries, but are very good. Stake young plants for the first few years. Space 10'-12' circle. Zones 3-9.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Mulberry Morus alba$30.00


Tree Fruits - Olives
Arbequina Olive - Olive europa
Olive on Table Arbequina olive is a self pollinating, compact variety, ripening black. It is an early ripening Spanish variety. Makes quality olives and oil.Will fruit in a pot and is very decorative. Zone 8-10. Olives do not perform consistently in the southern US, probably due to the high humidity, however, reports from Savannah, GA and Charleston, SC and other areas of zone 8 for Arbequina are positive. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 inch pot  own roots$18.00
1 Half Gallon #275  own roots$25.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00


Tree Fruits - Pawpaws
Select Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Select Fruit Closeup Seedlings come close to being true to type to named varieties. Select Pawpaw seedlings should have large fruit size and fine flavor, carrying on the fine genetic pool from the superior varieties the seeds were obtained from. Native. Zones 5-8. Two select pawpaw will cross pollinate. Plant 6' apart for hedge like appearance or 10'-14' circle to stand alone. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  Seedling$7.00
8 2 inch pot  Seedling$48.00
16 2 inch pot  Seedling$80.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$15.00
4 Quart Pot  Seedling$48.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$30.00


Mango Pawpaw - Asiminia triloba
Pawpaw photo for wild Mango Pawpaw was obtained from a collector in Tifton, Georgia. Mango pawpaw are large, native, early ripening and very delicious fruit with yellow flesh reminiscent of a mango. The texture being very smooth. Space as close as 6' or 14' circles for each tree. Pollination works best when trees are close to one another. For pollination choose a different variety of pawpaw if you order a grafted plant. Select pawpaw or native pawpaw are seedlings. Seedlings will cross pollinate each other. For instance, two seedling Mango pawpaw will pollinate each other, but two grafted Mango pawpaw will not. Zones 5 -8 

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Native Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw wild Seedling trees collected from wild native stands of Pawpaws. Two native pawpaw will pollinate each other since seedling trees are genetically different. Select pawpaw and named varieties of pawpaw will also pollinate each other. Zones 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$25.00


Shenandoah (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Shenandoah Shenandoah has been the clear favorite of pawpaw customers at the DuPont Circle farmers market in Washington, DC. Even doubters and scoffers have been converted to pawpaw lovers by this variety! It is a real taste treat -- smooth, custard texture, with just the right balance of fragrance, sweet fruity flavor and agreeable aftertaste. This tree originated as a seedling of 'Overleese' and, it must be said, is superior to its parent. Large fruit with few seeds (6% by weight). Texture is firmer than wild pawpaws. Fruit is often borne in single-fruited clusters. Good yields. Shenandoah responds well to pruning.

Key Features of the Shenandoah pawpaw:

Good Yields
Sweet mild flavor
Fleshy - only 6% seed
Succulent, custard texture
Most popular at DC farmers market
Responds well to pruning

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on to seedling$30.00
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on to seedling$37.00


Susquehanna (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Susquehanna Susquehanna is the largest and latest ripening of Neal Peterson's fabulous introductions. Neal's life's work has improved the pawpaw to a new level. Fruits are large, sometimes over a pound. Flesh is plentiful, seeds are few. They are richly flavored and delicious. Plant Patient #15900 was awarded this fine variety. Space 14' circle Zone 5-8

Susquehanna is without a doubt my personal favorite" -- Neal Peterson, "if I had to choose one." Outstanding for combining very large size with rich pawpaw flavor, great sweetness, exceptional fleshiness, and firm buttery texture, this particular variety makes an especially beautiful ornamental tree in the home landscape. This tree originated as a seedling from the collection of the Blandy Experimental Farm. It has large fruit, sometimes weighing over a pound. With a firm texture similar to avocado and a thickish skin, Susquehanna is less fragile than most. It has the fewest seeds of any variety (3% by weight). Moderate to good yields. Responds well to pruning.

Key Features of the Susquehanna pawpaw:

Very fleshy - only 3% seed
Very sweet, rich flavor
Firm, buttery texture
Fruit size very large
Moderate yields
Responds well to pruning

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on to seedling$30.00


Sunflower Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Mango seedling Sunflower was found in the wild in Kansas by Milo Gibson in 1970. Sunflower is one of the largest fruited and most productive varieties there are and it is the latest ripening variety. Sunflower still fruits when all others are gone for the season so it is particularly nice for extending the season. Zones 5-8 Space @12' circle 

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Rappahannock (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Rappahannock Rappahannock is a superior tree for picking fruit from. The fruit is easier to spot among the foliage, because of the horizontal habit of the leaves, and because its fruits typically change to a yellowish-green when they are ready to pick. These are large, beautiful, well-shaped and symmetrical fruits, whether borne singly or in clusters. The flavor is superior as well, very sweet and refreshing. This tree originated as a seedling from a tree in the Blandy Experimental Farm collection. Rappahannock has large fruit (though somewhat smaller the two varieties) with a firm flesh and few seeds (6% by weight). Very vigorous with good yields.

Key Features of the Rappahannock pawpaw:

Firm flesh
Good yields
Fleshy - only 3% seed
Sweet refreshing flavor
More regular & uniform shape
Earlier harvest (some color break plus horizontally held leaves)

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws.
 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on to seedling$30.00


Allegheny (tm) Pawpaw
Pawpaw Allegany Allegheny pawpaw has medium fleshiness. Percent seed ~ 8% by weight. Flavor sweet, rich, a hint of citrus. Texture medium firm, smooth. Flesh color yellow. Fruit size typically less than 8 oz. Very productive to the point that fruit size suffers. Trees will require fruit thinning to keep fruit size over 8 oz. This has been a continual favorite of those who taste it. Customer pressure has persuaded me to introduce this one, even though it is smaller and seedier than I normally accept. Zone 5-8 Space 12' circle

Allegheny Pawpaw is trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on to seedling$30.00


Wabash (tm) Pawpaw
Pawpaw Wabash Very fleshy. Percent seed ~ 6% by weight. Flavor sweet and rich. Texture medium firm, creamy, smooth. Flesh color yellow to orangish. Fruit size typically 8-12 oz. Good productivity. The overall fruit quality and quantity on this variety is excellent. A favorite of those who have tasted it at the KSU orchard. Dr. Pomper also insisted I release this one. Zone 5-8 Space 12' circle

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Potomac (tm) Pawpaw - Asimoni triloba
Pawpaw Potomac A key Feature of the Potomac pawpaw is it is extremely fleshy.The seed Percentage by weight is 4 percent. The flavor is sweet and rich and the texture is firm, melting, and smooth. Flesh color is medium yellow and fruit size is large, typically 12+ oz. The tree is moderatly productive with a strong apical dominance and is less spreading than most. The overall fruit quality on this variety is impressive. Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. Space @ 10' circle Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on to seedling$30.00
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on to seedling$37.00


NC-1 Pawpaw - Asimoni triloba
Pawpaw Mango Catalog shot NC-1 was introduced by Doug Campbell, a nurseryman and fruit enthusiast from Niagra on the Lake, Ontario, Canada in 1976.Proven winter hardy and productive in that area. One of the earliest to ripen its fruit with few seeds and large fruit and thin skin. Ripens @ September 15th in Ontario and early September in Kentucky. Space 10' circles Zone 5-8 

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Tree Fruits - Peaches
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Peaches to CA, WA, Europe...
Green Leaf Patio Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Patio 3 07 A genetic dwarf green-leafed peach, Patio is a self-fertile white peach with showy double pink flowers. Very disease-resistant and dependable. The freestone fruit ripens late, @ 1st week in September. Seeds from fruits are true to type. Good fresh. Up to 5' tall Space 8' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Bonfire Patio Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Bonfire Patio Leaves Bonfire is a compact dwarf purple-leaf peach. White-fleshed fruit streaked with red ripens late. (@ 1st week September at the nursery) Fruits are cling stone with firm fruit used for canning, pickling, and pies. Can be eaten fresh but rubbery. Fruit turns red when cooked and makes an attractive pie. A stunning landscape specimen with showy, pink double flowers. Can be grown in a patio pot. Self fertile. Space 6' circle Zones 5-9. (PP #8509)  

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Red Haven Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Red Haven fruit Excellent in all peach respects, Red Haven is a standard for an early orange flesh peach. Blooms are least susceptible to late frost injury. Fruits resists brown rot and bacterial spot. Still needs attention to pruning, insect and disease control. Self fertile Space 10' to 14' circle. Zones 4-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Citation - 80% of standard$30.00
1 1 Gallon  Nemaguard$30.00


Erli Red Free Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Erli Red Free Very early, disease-resistant white peach. Two weeks earlier than Red Haven. Late frost tolerance and brown rot resistant.Very good flavor. Self fertile. Space 12' to 14' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$40.00


Belle of Georgia - Prunus persica
Peach  B of ga in largest basket Belle of Georgia peach has been grown for centuries from the north to the south. Very disease resistant and long-lived. Very bud hardy. White-fleshed fruit drops when ripe. Ripens 4 weeks after Red Haven. Usually needs a short course for care, as all peaches do. Self fertile Space 14' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon  Nemaguard$30.00
1 3 Gallon  Nemaguard$35.00


Harrow Diamond - Prunus persica
Peach Harrow Diamond fruit Very early, disease resistant, attractive 70% red blush skin with golden flesh. Brown rot and bacterial spot resistant. 3 weeks earlier than Red Haven. Our first peach to ripen at our nursery.Has produced well with only early sprays of the clay based Surround. Pick fruits when color ripe and firm and they usually soften in one day with full flavor. Self fertile. Space @ 10' to 14' circle Zones 4-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Red leaf peach - 80% of standard$40.00


Frank Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Frank We've grown Frank for many years at the nursery. It is a very late peach having attributes similar to the Blood peaches with insect and disease resistance. They can get all peach maladies and if growing organic need Surround spray up until harvest. A very large firm flesh,rich flavored, cling stone peach. Frank is an heirloom variety grown usually in hot summer areas like Texas. Self fertile. Space 12'-14' circle Zone 6-9  

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1 1 Gallon  Nemaguard$30.00


Indian Blood Cling Peach - Prunus persica
Peach Washington State Pretty pink flowering disease resistant peach. Resists brown rot as much as patio peach and resists bug damage more than most varieties. The fruit can be very large and was stored and canned in the colonial times. Red striped though out the fruit with red around the seed. Firm flesh and pleasantly tart flavored. Self fertile Space 12'-14' circle. Zone 6-9. 

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1 1 Gallon  Nemaguard$25.00


Indian Blood Free Peach - Prunus persica
Indian Blood Free The all-time highest rated peach at Dave Wilson Nursery fruit tastings. Large freestone, firm crimson and cream colored flesh. Tart until fully ripe, then highly aromatic with a rich, distinctive flavor. Highly resistant to peach leaf curl. Another peach needed to pollenize. Chill requirement 700 hours below 45 degrees F. Ripens late, end of August to early September. Zones 5-9 Space 14' circle 

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Tree Fruits - Pears, Asian
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Pears, Asian to CA, Europe...
Hosui Asian Pear - Pyrus Pyrifolia
Pear Hosui  tree with fruit Heavy producing Asian pear ripening in July and August. Tree medium size and spreading. Very disease resistant, but more susceptible to fire blight then Korean Giant or Shinko. Fruit very sweet and juicy, quality excellent. Developed in 1972 in Japan. Self fertile, can be planted alone. Fruit ripens early before Shinko. Zones 4-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Betulifolia - Standard for Northern climates$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Shinko Asian Pear - Pyrus pyrifolia
Pear Shinko Fruits Shinko ripens mid season, later than the early ripening Hosui. An excellent keeper, Shinko stores well into the winter. Shinko has a crisp, refreshingly sweet flavor and is a valuable landscape addition because of its profuse white bloom, grey bark and green shiny leaves and golden fruits. Tree is more spreading, not as upright as Korean Giant or Hosui. Thin fruit for larger fruits since it produces a lot. It is not well known how sweet, crisp, and quenching a tree ripened Asian pear is. If your first experience with them was not memorable and enjoyable, they may have been harvested too early. Korean Giant is a fine choice for a pollinator. Mature height 10'-15' on semi-dwarf rootstock. 25' tall on standard rootstock. Zones 4-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$25.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 1 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$30.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$35.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$55.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$80.00 * Ready Date (see note)



7 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3/4 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8 June 1, 2015, 1 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8 June 1, 2015, 1.5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8 June 1, 2015, 7 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft June 8, 2015)

Korean Giant Pear - Pyrus pyrifolia
Pear Korean Giant Korean Giant pear is also known as Olympic. A very large and late ripening, dark brown russet fruit of very good quality. Sweet, firm and juicy, it has an excellent storage and shelf life, keeping in a refrigerator all winter. Ripens in September. This productive tree is very disease resistant. Needs a pollinator, Shinko is a good choice. Mature height 12'-15'. Zones 4-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$35.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$85.00



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Chojuro Pear - Pyrus ussuriensis
Pear Hosui Asian Pear An heirloom Asian pear variety from Japan. Self fertile and more fire blight resistant than Hosui. Yellow russet skin, juicy white sparkling flesh. Storage up to 5 months. Space on OHxF 513 rootstock 12' circle. Zones 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$45.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$65.00


Tree Fruits - Pears, European
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Pears, European to CA, Europe...
Seckel Pear - Pyrus communis
Pear Seckle at Market The small sweet Seckel is one of the finest eating pears. The tree is open and round. Grows 8'-10'. It produces by itself and can pollinate other pears. One of the few "butter" pears that ripen on the tree. A less-care variety, resistant to blight, but has had it at our nursery. Space @ 10' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon  Seedling Pear communis$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 5 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$50.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Magness Pear - Pyrus communis X
Pear Magness 2011 Easy to care for and disease-resistant. Bears sweet perfumed fruit picked around August 26th in VA. Its buttery melting flavor rivals any pear. Has a similar flavor to Comice. Comice is very susceptible to fire blight. I love those Comices to pieces but would not grow one, as it would surely die from fire blight in our area of Virginia. Magness grows well in areas such as MS and LA and is hardy in MI.It is Very fire blight resistant. Space dwarf 8'- 10'circle or standard 15-20'circle. Can be pollinated by European or the Asian varieties, but will NOT pollinate others. Zones 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon  OHXF 87 Semi 40 percent smaller than standard$45.00
1 5 Gallon  OHXF 87 Semi 40 percent smaller than standard$60.00


Potomac Pear - Pyrus communis
Pear Potomac fruit Introduced in 1993 from the Kearneysville, WV USDA station, this high quality pear ripens in mid-September. Fruit is sweet and buttery and extremely juicy. Tree is vigorous and fairly precocious. Pollinates with other European pears and is fire blight resistant. A Moonglow-Anjou cross, it is one of the highest quality fireblight resistant varieties available. Dwarf trees are 8'-14'tall and standards are 15'-30'tall. Space 6' to 10' circles for dwarf and 14' circles for standards. Zone 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$18.00
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$25.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on OHXF97 Standard size$45.00


Blakes Pride European Pear - Pyrus communis
Pear Baacks Pride A mid-season European pear with an attractive yellow color and excellent aromatic flavor. Blake's Pride has a high degree of resistance to fire blight. Grow this variety instead of Barlett for that reason. Ripening season is the same time as Bartlett and picked a few weeks earlier than Magness or Potomac, usually @ August 12th at our nursery. Pollinates with other European types. Dwarf trees space 8' to 10' circle. Space dwarf on OHxF 333 10' to 12' and standard size @ 15'. Zone 5 - 8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 5 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$55.00


Shenandoah Pear - Pyrus communis L.
Pear Shenandoah 2011 Shenandoah is a new, large and luscious European type pear, more blight resistance than Bartlett. Flavor similar to Bartlett with a spicy aromatic sweetness. Tree is a consistent bearer and fruits are larger than Bartlett and can store for up to five months. Ripens late about 6 weeks after Bartlett, @ September 25th at the nursery. Zones 5-7 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$18.00
1 3 Gallon  OHXF 87 Semi 40 percent smaller than standard$45.00


Honeysweet Pear
Pear Magness Fresh Fruits Honeysweet was introduced from Purdue University because of its superior attributes for flavor, appearance, and disease resistance. This is a very high quality "Seckel or sugar-pear" type, which is larger in size than Seckel, and one of the few pears that are self pollinating. Tree is similar to Seckel (a natural dwarf). Ripens late August here, with good storage ability. If you have room for only one pear tree, this is it. More fire blight resistant than Seckel and fruit is larger. Resists leaf spot problems and has the fireblight resistance similar to Keiffer pear. Introduced by Jules Janick from Perdue in 1977. Space @ 10-12' circle Zone 5 - 8. 

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Warren Pear
Pear Warren Warren Pear was named after T O Warren from Hattiesburg, MS. Thought to be a seedling selection from the breeding work of USDA's fruit breeder Dr. Magness, Beltsville,MD. Fruits are buttery and smooth with no grit towards the center of the fruit. T O, a fruit explorer, found the tree at a pear test plot near his home and popularized the variety. Warren pear comes from the same seed stock as Magness pear and is very similar in appearance and disease resistance. However, it is self fertile and pollinates other pears. Chilling requirement 600 hours. Zone 5-9 semi dwarf tree space @ 10' circles. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on on OHXF 333 - Dwarf to semi 8 - 14 ft$40.00


Perdue Pear - Pyrus species
Pear Perdue The Perdue Pear is a large pear with a smooth, slightly-blotched skin that is greenish to greenish/yellow in color. The flesh is white, juicy, sweet, and very flavorful, with a noticeable lack of grit cells.The Perdue Pear Tree is a large tree that is very hardy and sturdy. The limbs grow on a wide angle from the trunk, and usually do not require support. Zones 6-8 Space@ 20'circle. Description provided by Mr. Perdue, where the original tree is growing in Louisiana. planted. Also:- Bears fruit annually.
- Fire Blight has ever been observed.
- Believed to be a self-pollinator (being tested to confirm).
- Minimal chill hours required (200+).
- Fruit matures in early August(continues to ripen/soften after being picked).
- If you are from the South,this is an "Eating Pear", not a "Canning Pear"...

 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$35.00
1 3 Gallon grafted on Callerana - Standard rootstock for zones 4b-8$40.00


Tree Fruits - Persimmon, American
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Persimmon, American to CA...
Ruby American Persimmon Native - D virginiana
Persimmon Ruby Fruits on Tree Ruby has a very large fruit for an American persimmon. Ripening here from August to November. Leaves resist spotting in the fall. The prettiest ornamental persimmon in our orchard. Self-fertile. Space 14' circle. Zones 5-8. 

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Meader American Persimmon - Diospyrus virginiana
Persimmon Meader 2012 Very early ripening @ September through November at the nursery. Extremely cold-hardy, originally from Rochester, New Hampshire. Self-fertile, some fruits seedless, native American variety. Pumpkin- orange colored fruits are 1 1/2" to 2" in diameter. Originally from NH. Space 10' - 12' circle Zones 4-8.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$45.00


Yates American Persimmon - Diospyrus virginiana
Persimmon Yates fruit in hand Yates have very large fruits for a native persimmon, 2 1/2" in diameter. Ripening late August- September. Very productive. Self fertile. Discovered by Ed Yates of Cincinnati, OH. Yates won first place at the Mitchell Persimmon Festival in 1983. Height 20' Space 15' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Rosseyanka Persimmon - D. virginiana x kaki
Persimmon Rosseyanka  Fruit Halved Rosseyanka is a truly amazing marriage between Asian and American Persimmons. Combining traits of both parents. More of the American parent is evident in leaf and tree form. Fruit tastes like a blend of soft Asian persimmon and ripe native persimmon. Fruits are seedless! The candy like orange fruit has a rich flavor enjoyed into the winter. Good orange leaf color in the fall. Fruit size is larger than native persimmon. Must be soft to eat. Fruits will "wrinkle" when ripe. Height 15'-20'. Space 15' circle Zones 5-8. 

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Weber American Persimmon - Diospyrus virginiana
Persimmon Weber Weber came to us from Alabama. It is an early ripening Native persimmon with an enjoyable flavor and deep orange, almost red flesh. The fruits are larger than most native persimmons and ripens well before frost. Space @ 15' circle Zone 6-8 perhaps Zone 5 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00


Tree Fruits - Persimmon, Asian
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Persimmon, Asian to CA...
Hachiya Asian Persimmon - Diospyros kaki
Persimmon Hachiya Fruit On Tree Hachiya is a large, top shaped fruit, up to 4" long. The fruits skin is glossy, deep orange red, and beautiful as it matures. Soft when ripe, rich and sweet and usually seedless. Ripens in the fall mid-October through November. A vigorous tree, upright and spreading up to 12 feet tall, easy to care for. This is the soft type persimmon grown in California, sold in markets and super markets across the US in the fall. In Japan it is sold as a dried fruit delicacy. Red fall leaf color. Space 12' circle Zones 7-10.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$25.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 7 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$60.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 10 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus$150.00



7 Gallon, 10 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3/4 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 15, 2015, 3 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling September 1, 2015, 7 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 22, 2015)

Maekawa Jiro Asian Persimmon - Diospyros kaki
Persimmon Jiro Fruit In Hand Maekawa Jiro is a small tree and grows to 12' high. Very cold-hardy. Ripe when it turns orange, Jiro can be eaten while its flesh is still firm, like an apple. Ripens early, a week or so earlier than Ichi.Fruits are large and usually seedless. A handsome yard tree. Self fertile, usually seedless. Space 10' circle. Zones 6-10. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$25.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3/4 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 8, 2015, 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling July 20, 2015)

Ichi Ki Kei Jiro Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Ichi 2010 Ichi bears large fruit, usually eaten while still firm like an apple. The tree is small, annually productive and cold hardy. Plants are self-fertile with seedless early ripening fruit. Tree shape is round and spreading, very ornamental with fruit throughout the tree. Good dwarf specimen anywhere in the yard or near the house. Has orange in leaves as far as its fall color and will hold fruits after leaves drop. Height around 8'. Space 10' circle Zones 6-10. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Saijo Asian Persimmon - Diospyros kaki
Persimmon Saijo End of November Saijo is an orange, conic-shaped fruit. The skin of the fruit has no cracks. The fruit is usually seedless and the tree has an annual bearing tendency. Ripe when soft with an elegant flavor, Saijo matures its fruit in November at the nursery. Vigorous, upright and spreading, the 15' to 20' tree.Fruits are usually seedless. It is popular in Japan to dry the fruits under the eaves of roofs. Its name is synonymous with "Mr. Elegant" or "the very best one". Space 12' circle. Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00 * Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 15, 2015)

Hira Tanenashi Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Hira Tanashi When fully dormant has stood -40 degrees F Siberian cold in northern Japan, but because of the East Coast's fluctuating springtime temperatures and late frosts, I do not recommend Hira where there are -10 degree F winters. Orange fruit, medium size, excellent quality, appealing appearance. Sweet when flesh is soft. High annual bearing, early ripening. Height around 15'. Space 12' circle. Leaves have excellent red fall color. Mostly seedless fruit. Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$20.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus$65.00


Hana Fuyu Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Hana Fuyu 2010 The largest of our hard when ripe selections. Early ripening fruits on a dwarf tree. Winter hardy too! Hana Fuyu means "Winter Flower." Fruits are juicy, reddish orange, rounded shape weighing up to 3/4 pound each. Usually seedless. Height 8-10'. Space 10' circle Zones 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$45.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$65.00



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 20, 2015, 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling June 20, 2015)

Izu Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Izu 2010 Izu is a very early ripening,usually seedless, Fuyu type. Can be eaten hard like an apple. Almost a month earlier than others. Fruit keeps well, dwarf tree. Fruit color burnt orange. Fruit colors up earlier than others. Tastes very good even if the fruit softens. Space 10' circle Zone 6-10.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 7 Gallon  on Diospyrus kaki$70.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 15 Gallon  on Diospyrus kaki$85.00 * Ready Date (see note)



7 Gallon, 15 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (7 Gallon on Diospyrus kaki June 15, 2015, 15 Gallon on Diospyrus kaki June 15, 2015)

Gwang Yang Asian Persimmon - Diospyros kaki
Persimmon Gwant Yang Fruit On Tree Early ripening like Ichi and Jiro. Can be eaten hardwhen orange ripe. Comes from the town Gwang Yang in Korea. Very large, seedless fruit. Tree is dwarf and comes into bearing early. Space 10' circle. Height 10'. Zone 6-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$20.00


Kyung San Ban Si Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Kyung Sun Bansi Develops an upright, round-headed tree with a strong trunk. The leaves are showy, large dark green, t magnolia like. Fruits are 3" inches in diameter, deep orange, soft when ripe and of exceptional flavor. Usually seedless. Space 10' circle Zone 6 - 9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00


Wase Fuyu Asian Persimmon (aka Matsumoto) - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Wase Fuyu Wase Fuyu is an early ripening Fuyu type. Ripens before Ichi and Maekawa Jiro. Usually sold in stores as Fuyu, though it is this early ripening selection. Excellent flavor having high sugars. Vigorous and very productive with a spreading shape. The most important commercial variety in the US. Usually starts fruiting early in its second or third leaf. Hangs well on the tree past its mature picking date. Height 10' to 12'. Space 12' circle. Zone 6-9. 

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Jiro Asian Persimmon - Diospyros kaki
Persimmon Makawa Jiro 2010 One of the first selections from Fuyu. Ripening about 3 weeks before Fuyu. Productive tree, larger than Maekawa Jiro. Hardy, usually to zone 6. Height and spread about 12'-15'. Fruits above average in size. Fruits are rips when hard with orange color. Usually seedless. Space 14' circle Zone 6-10 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$45.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus$85.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 15 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus$90.00 * Ready Date (see note)



7 Gallon, 15 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (7 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus June 18, 2015, 15 Gallon grafted on Diospyrus Lotus June 18, 2015)

Imoto Fuyu Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon Imoto Large, square, flattened fruits turning dark orange when ripe in mid-fall, mid October through November. Ripe when hard. A long season fruit requiring only 200 hours of chilling. Good for warmer climates. Can be eaten like an apple. Usually seedless. Space 10' circle Zones 6b - 9 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00


Nikitas Gift Persimmon - Diospyrus virginiana x kaki
Persimmon Nikitas Gift Hybrid The other popular Russian cross of American persimmon and Asian persimmon. Hardy, small tree @ 12' in height. Similar ripening habit as Rosseyanka, fall into winter, but unlike Rosseyanka, Nikita's Gift taste more like Asian persimmon. It is hardier than any of the Asian persimmons we offer. The upright self fertile tree is easy to grow and takes about a 12' circle of space. Fall color is yellow, fruit is orange. Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$45.00


Fuyugaki Asian Persimmon - Diospyrus kaki
Persimmon-Miss-Kim Fuyugaki ripens about one month later than some of the newer varieties. Very popular, especially in the south and in the past one of the few varieties offered through mail order sources. Large, crisp, and ready to eat as soon as it colors up. Compact, up to 15 to 20 feet in height. Space 15' circle. Zone 7-9 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$25.00
1 1 Gallon grafted on Native Persimmon Seedling$30.00


Tree Fruits - Plums
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Plums to CA, WA, Europe...
All Red Purple-Leaf Plum - Prunus cerasifera atropurea
Plum All Red Fruits A colorful landscape specimen that produces a red-fleshed fruit. David Ulmer of MS reports: "This purple-leaf selection has proven to be a prolific, tasty, disease-free variety. It's the only plum I have that has not missed a crop in the last five years." A decided advantage is that the fruit hides under the foliage and escapes the birds. Ripens in June and July. Self fertile Space 12' to 14' circle Zones 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon  Nemaguard$30.00
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$35.00
1 1.5 Gallon  Nemaguard$35.00
1 3 Gallon  Nemaguard$45.00
1 5 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$65.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$70.00
1 10 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$85.00



7 Gallon, 10 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.

Bruce Plum - Prunus salicina X angustifolia
Plum Bruce Dwarf Early fruiting open spreading small tree. A cross between Japanese plum and native Chickasaw.Ripens before Methley. Pollinate with another Japanese plum such as Methley or All Red. Brown rot resistant. Introduce in 1921 by A. L. Bruce of Donelly County, TX. Zone 6-8. Space 8-10' circle 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Lovell - Standard size peach$35.00
1 1.5 Gallon  Nemaguard$35.00
1 3 Gallon  Nemaguard$40.00


Stanley Prune Plum - Prunus domestica
Plum Stanley Fruits Stanley is a European self-fertile blue plum with golden flesh. A small disease-resistant tree ripening in August. Very sweet eaten fresh. We spray Surround to control plum cuculio larve in fruits in early spring. White flowers bloom later than Japanese plums. Besides being a fresh fruit, Stanley can be prunes too. They have a dryer flesh than Japanese plums and are used for this purpose. Height 8'-12' Space 8' circle Zones 5-7. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon  Krymsk 1$30.00


Methley Plum - Prunus saliciina
Plum Methley Methley is a Japanese purple red plum with red flesh that is delicious fresh. Seed adheres to the flesh. Very productive doing better than most plums in warmer climates, even Hawaii. The small tree is disease resistant and a good choice for organic growers. Can produce fruit when planted alone and pollinates other Japanese plums. Space @ 12' circle. Zones 5-9 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon grafted on Red leaf peach - 80% of standard$30.00
1 3 Gallon  Nemaguard$45.00


Beach Plum - Prunus Maritima
Plum Beach Plum fruit Beach Plums are native to the northeastern US along the coast. Adaptable, we've grown them for years at the nursery. Fruits are tart and many, used in jams and jellies. The white profuse flowers bloom later than European, American, and Japanese plums. So, they escape late frosts and are usually not a host for plum cucurlio. They have finished their egg laying cycle by the time the beach plum sets its fruit. They also are free of brown rot fungus on the fruits. Plants are shrubs 6' tall and wide. They require little maintenance and are long lived. Zones 5-7 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 5 Gallon  own roots$50.00 * Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3 Gallon own roots June 12, 2015, 5 Gallon own roots June 12, 2015)

President Plum - Prunus domestica
The latest maturing of the European-type plums. President is a large, dark blue freestone plum with attractive orange flesh. Resistant to black-knot disease. Pollinates with Stanley. Will set fruit alone. Space 12' circle 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1.5 Gallon grafted on Myrobalan - Standard$35.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 3 Gallon grafted on Myrobalan - Standard$40.00 * Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (1.5 Gallon grafted on Myrobalan - Standard June 1, 2015, 3 Gallon grafted on Myrobalan - Standard June 1, 2015)

Tropicals & Citrus - Banana
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Banana to HI,...
Novak Super Dwarf Banana - musa x paradistaca
Banana Novak Super Dwarf Petite plant grows only 3-4' tall in containers or outside in frost free areas. Can produce very tasty fruit if grown outside in the warm months. Does well indoors or on a patio. The smallest dwarf banana we've seen! Care: good light, water thoroughly but never allow to sit in water. Feed balanced fertilizer that's high in potassium every few months,and protect from frost. We fruit our Novak Super Dwarfs in at least 25 gallon containers. This gives the plant plenty of room to produce a bunch of bananas. We let the 1st banana yellow on the plant then cut the stalk with the bananas attached and hang them in a place like a kitchen and pick them as they ripen. I'd like to see more of these beauties planted in office buildings lobbies, malls, Florida rooms, and enclosed pools. zone 9-10 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Tropicals & Citrus - Cherries, Surinam
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Cherries, Surinam to CA...
Surinam Cherry - Eugenia uniflora
Tropical surinam cherry Also called pitanga. An evergreen shrub 10' in height. In spring and again in fall the Surinam cherry bears small, round fruits with eight prominent ribs. These are usually red, but are best enjoyed fresh almost black. Calling the fruit amazing does the fruit justice. They are juicy and aromatic. Use them for making an excellent jelly also. Grows in zones 9 and 10. Withstands temperatures in the low 20's. Self fruitful. An easy care greenhouse plant and because it's tropical it stays evergreen year round. These are seed grown.
 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$6.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$10.00


Tropicals & Citrus - Citrus
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Citrus to AZ, CA, FL, HI, PR, TX, VI or Europe...
Owari Satsuma Tangerine - Citrus reticulata
Citrus Satsuma The very largest fruit of the mandarin family and well known for its cold tolerance. This tree is found throughout FL and in the coastal areas of GA, AL, MS, LA and SC. Fruit ripens very early in the season. Honey-sweet, seedless and very juicy, Satsumas large segments separate easily. Even the youngest child can enjoy this "Zipper peel" fruit. We offer Satsuma Mandarin on three different rootstocks usually. If you're going to grow it in a pot choose macrophylla first. Carrizo citrange and trifoliate work for pots but are hardy for planting outside. Trifoliate is the hardiest rootstock for planting outside. Space outside @ 8' circle. Zones 8b-10. 

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Meiwa Sweet Kumquat - Fortunella japonica
Citrus Meiwa Kumquat Beautiful quarter-size, bright orange fruit cover a lush, dense small tree. Ideal for container planting. The best fresh eating kumquat. Usually called the "sweet" kumquat. Zones 8b-10. 

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Improved Meyer Lemon - Citrus limonia
Citrus Meyer Lemon Meyer Lemon blooms early, usually fruiting the first year. Hardy to 18 degrees F and ornamental, being slightly sweet with an excellent lemon flavor. The peal is yellow-orange and very juicy. This tree is a lovely container plant and will produce well in a pot. For planting outside in marginal citrus zones like 8b choose Meyer Lemon grafted on trifoliate orange. For pots choose macrophylla or rooted on its own roots.Zones 8b-10. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$32.00


Persian Lime - Citrus latifolia
Citrus Persian Lime ML This is the lime you will find most often in the grocery store. A small tree, the Persian lime is an excellent container plant. Large green fruit are produced at the ends of the branches. The perfect lime; green, seedless and juicy. Fruits will turn yellow if left on the tree. Zones 9-10.  

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Ponderosa Lemon - Citrus lemoni
Citrus Ponderosa lemon with bloom This lemon citron hybrid grows well in containers and has a shrub-like appearance. The fruits are the size of grapefruits and are abundant on the tree nearly year round. Of all all varieties listed, Ponderosa has the largest flowers. Zones 9-10.  

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Variegated Spanish Pink Lemon - Citrus limonia
Citrus Spanish Pink Lemon One of the most beautiful citrus varieties. The foliage of this tree is variegated green and white. The fruit is green and yellow striped with a pink interior. This small everbearing tree is a bit fussy in the winter in a pot. Sensitive to cool temperatures and too much moisture in the pot. The tree presents a delightful appearance with its new growth and bloom tipped in purple, contrasting with the foliage and fruit. The only true lemon for pink lemonade. Zones 9-10. 

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Kaffir Lime - Cirus hystrix
Citrus Kaffir Fruit Popular in Thai and Cambodian cooking. The fresh and dried leaves impart a pleasant citrus flavor when added to soups and curries. The fruit rind is candied or dried and used in curry pastes. The fruits are eaten with fish or made into drinks. Zone 9-10. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on trifoliate orange flying dragon$30.00


Thornless Key Lime - Citus aurantifolia
Citrus Key Lime A small semi-dwarf tree with small fruit; one of the best container plants. Grows rapidly and produces well even when young. This tree produces heaviest in the fall and early winter. This is the fruit of the famous key lime pie; excellent for mixed drinks, and always cook fish with it! Zones 9-10. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Valencia Orange - Citrus sinensis
Citrus Valencia Orange The popular "orange juice orange" Ripens later, spring and summer. Thin skin, few seeds, deep orange flesh, sweet and juicy. Zone 9-10. 

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Ruby Red Grapefruit - C. x paradisei
Citrus Grapefruit Very red flesh, nearly seedless, developed in Texas. Excellent flavor. Fruits well in pots. Large flowers. Zone 9-10. 

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1 1.5 Gallon grafted on C. macrophylla $35.00


Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange - Citrus trifoliata L. var. monstrosa T.
Citrus Flying Dragon Flying Dragon's thorns are long and curved, plant is small (up to 6'). Extremely ornamental with corkscrew growth habit. A show-stopper at the nursery, especially with it's display of orange fruit in the fall! No insect or disease problems. We make citrus-ade from the juice, adding sweetener and water. Fruits are highly aromatic. Fruits are inferior to lemons, being seedy, resin-like, and not juicy. Not to be eaten whole fresh. Will take below zero temperatures planted in the ground, so it is the hardiest of citrus along with the straight thorn Poncirus. Can be made into a prize-winning bonsai. Space 7' circle Height 6'. Zones 6-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$25.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$30.00


Trifoliate Orange - Poncerus trifoliata
Citrus Hardy Trifoliate Orange Can be grown outside in Zone 6. Prune lower growth back to encourage canopy. Golf-ball size fruits are best used for drinks and marmalade. The hardiest true citrus, though fruits are inferior to commonly known citrus, being resiny, seedy, and extremely tart. Can withstand below zero temperatures. Commonly used as a rootstock in northern citrus growing regions. Makes a very ornamental hedge which is impenetrable. Height 10'. Zones 6-9. 

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1 4 inch pot  Seedling$8.00
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$20.00


Washington Navel Orange - Citrus Sinensis
Citrus Navel Blosoms Navel oranges are a popular well known easy to peel fruit. Makes a very handsome potted plant. Leaves are dark green and dense. Blooms are pretty and many. Fruits are mild, large and sweet. Fruits have prominent " navels". Zones 9 - 10  

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Calamondin Orange - X Citrofortunella mitis
Citrus Calamondin Orange This extremely cold hardy(21 degrees F) ornamental mandarin is beautiful year round. Small oval red-orange fruit are on the tree at all times due to the everbearing characteristic of this tree. The fruit may be preserved whole or used for marmalade. Excellent as a container tree. When fully ripe the rind is sweet with a tart center. Makes a wonderful citrus-aid. "Calimasi" drinks are sold by vendors in the Philippines. Zones 9 - 10.
 

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Lisbon Lemon
Citrus Lisbon Lemon You have seen Lisbon Lemons often in the grocery store. The classic yellow lemon, strong acid flavor, thin skin, and full of juice. This tree is well suited to container growing. The bulk of lemons will ripen between July and December, with some fruit on the tree year round. It is beautiful in appearance with it's dark green leaves, purple tinged bloom, and bright yellow fruit. Enhance the beauty of your patio and create spectacular food dishes with this lemon. Remember in Florida fruit is larger than California, these lemons are often twice the size of the lemons available in the store. Can take neglect better than other lemon varieties. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$9.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$15.00
1 Quart Pot grafted on C. macrophylla $20.00
1 1 Gallon grafted on C. macrophylla $30.00
1 7 Gallon grafted on Citrus - Carrizo citrange $85.00



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Yuzu Hardy Citrus - C. ichangensis x C. reticulata var. austera
Citrus Yuzu Yuzu is a naturally occurring hybrid long cultivated in China and Japan for its useful fruits. In their native environment these evergreens often withstand temperatures dipping into the teens or lower. Supposedly, Yuzu, can endure lows approaching 0 degrees F. Some sources say 15 degrees F. Zone 8 > 10.

They are widely grown as a home orchard tree at the northern end of China's citrus range. The tree is popular in Japan and used in traditional Japanese cooking, both the fruit and the rind.The aroma ii pungent, lemon-like and the dried peel is used as a spice. Yuzu has loose, easily peeled skin like mandarins. Semi-dwarf in open ground, they rarely exceed 5' when containerized. Very little has been written about these beautiful trees in our country. However, Ichandarins have been grown since the early days of oriental fruit culture.

Found growing at high elevations in the wild, 2,000 to 4,500 ft. fruits are medium size; 2 1/2" to 3", with a deep yellow, loose, easily peeled skin. Fruits are mild and pleasantly lemon-lime flavored when eaten out of hand and are valued in Japan for use in baking or seasoning. The hollowed skin is often used to impart a unique flavor to foods cooked within it. The trees grow slowly the first couple years until the root system is established. 

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1 3/4 Gallon grafted on trifoliate orange flying dragon$32.00


Tropicals & Citrus - Coffee
Coffee - Coffee arabica
Coffee Coffee is a small tropical bush that makes a lovely container plant resembling gardenia. The white flowers are quite showy but short lived. The fruits mature to a vivid red. Beans are harvested, roasted and ground for coffee. The leaves which contain more caffeine than the fruits are used as a tea substitute. An indoor plant can produce enough beans for roasting and the berries are edible. The indoor plant doesn't need direct sun and can be situated in the middle of the room. A terracotta pot works best indoors and shade is important outdoors. Zones 9-10. 

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1 4 inch pot  Seedling$12.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$15.00
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$20.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$25.00


Tropicals & Citrus - Guava
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Guava to CA...
Strawberry Guava
Tropical Strawberry Guava Strawberry Guava is a glossy leaved evergreen with dense foliage. The tropical upright bush makes an excellent container plant for greenhouse, solarium or indoors in the winter. One inch size red fruits are good fresh or added to tropical drinks and lemonade for that great guava flavor. Fruits will ripen usually two times a year in the greenhouse. Zone 9 - 10, or indoors in cooler climates. Self fertile. Outside space @ 6' circle. Can be used for a hedge in when grown outside. 

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1 3 Gallon  Seedling$35.00


Tropicals & Citrus - Jaboticaba
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Jaboticaba to CA...
Jaboticaba - Myrciana cauliflora
Tropical Jaboticaba Jaboticaba is an excellent black fruit, tasting like grapes. Everbearing, contorted branching evergreen reminiscent of ornamental fig. Does very well in containers. Jaboticaba is good for bonsai. Outdoor spacing @ 10'. Self-fertile Zones 9-10. 

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Tropicals & Citrus - Pineapple
Sugarloaf Pineapple - Ananas comosus
Pineapple Smooth Cayanne Planted outside in tropical zones or as a patio/indoor plant in the north, Sugarloaf is a leading worldwide commercial variety. Self fruitful. Large pointed top, smooth leaf with serrated edge. Sugarloaf can can reach 10 pounds! White flesh. Even the core is edible. Also called Kona Sugarloaf. Excellent flavor, pretty plant and fruit. Fruit ripens but outside appearance is still green. Fruit looks mature and releases readily from stalk. Zones 9-10.  

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$18.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Vegetable - Asparagus
Jersey Knight Male Asparagus - Asparagus officnalis
Asparagus Plants in Row Jersey Knight asparagus have extra large sprouts since no plant energy goes into seed production. Highly productive male plants are disease resistant, and adaptable. Plant site should have good drainage. Space plants 18" apart in 3' wide perennial beds. Usually our 2 inch potted asparagus are harvest-able the following season. Do not go to the trouble of digging ditches for the plants. Just plant them in your prepared bed as any other potted plant. A mulch is good for keeping weeds down. After harvest the four foot tall plants are pretty with their fine fern like appearance. Zones 3-10. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$1.50
8 2 inch pot  Seedling$10.00
16 2 inch pot  Seedling$19.20
32 2 inch pot  Seedling$32.00
1 4 inch pot  Seedling$3.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Vegetable - Rhubarb
Victoria Rhubarb - Rheum rhaponticum
Vegetable Victoria Rhubarb Seed grown Victoria has large green stalks, stained red. Extremely heavy producer. Space 2' - 3' circle. It is a perennial large leaved plant, pretty in its season. Good for borders or vegetable garden beds. In our area try cutting seed stalk before it shoots up in early spring. This will give a larger spring harvest. Zones 3-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  Seedling$3.00
8 2 inch pot  Seedling$20.00
1 4 inch pot  Seedling$6.00


Crimson Red Rhubarb - Rheum rhaponticum
Herb Crimson Red Rhubarb Considered a sweet rhubarb variety. Crimsom Red is a cloned variety of rhubarb, not from seed. Grows true to type and ensures the size, flavor and color of Crimson Red - the best of 25 varieties in impartial tests. Most rhubarb varieties show their red coloring only at the bottom of the stalks. With pure-bred plants, the color goes all the way up the stalk like ruby chard, and continues into the stalk. Redness may vary from northern to southern growing conditions. Plants are hardy into Canada (ideal for Zones 4-7) Zones 4-9 Space 2-3' circle 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00
4 3/4 Gallon  own roots$32.00


Vegetable - Vegetable
Jerusalem Artichoke (Sunchoke) - Helianthus tuberosus
Vegetable Sunchoke Flowers Jerusalem Artichoke, also called Sunchoke, is a tall perennial in the sunflower family, with edible tubers high in vitamins and minerals. Long lived plants have annual harvests. Tubers are harvested in fall through winter. Space 3' circle. Zones 4-9 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$12.00


Vines - Flowers
Passion Flower Vine - Passiflora incarnata
Passion Vine Flowers The passion flower is a perennial vine with lacy, twining foliage and large showy flowers. Very hardy, native to eastern U.S. Freezes back to the ground in winter but vigorously grows from the ground annually. Flowers and fruits each season. Flowers are lemon-musk scented. Light green fruits have a tart apricot flavor and can be made into a delicious drink with the unmistakable passion fruit flavor. (re; Hawaiian Punch) Eat whole when they are "fall into your hand" ripe. Leaves can be cooked or eaten raw in salad. Best to plant where it can be contained, because it will come up away from itself. Native Bumble Bee is the best pollinator. Zones 6-8. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Vines - Grapes
Due to import restrictions we are unable to ship Grapes to CA, Europe, Canada (with import permit only)...
Concord Grape - Vitus labrusca
Grape Concord 2014 Famous Welch's grape. Concord is disease resistant and easier to grow than most grapes. May need a few sprays to look like store bought, but grapes look fine for home use. Space 8'-10' apart on trellis with 10' between rows. Grape clusters can also be bagged. Zones 5-7a. 

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1 3 inch pot  own roots$5.00
1 4 inch pot  own roots$7.00
4 4 inch pot  own roots$20.00


Norton (Cynthiana) Grape - Vitus aestivalis hybd
Grape Norton Norton has small to medium clusters which bear firm, round, black berries.A natural hybrid of Vitus labrusca and Vitus aestivalis, grown commercially in Arkansas and Missouri. Called the " Cabernet of the Ozarks" and the "organic wine grape". Norton produces a rich, medium to full bodied red wine with a dry character similar in style to Cabernet Sauvignon, but with more spice. Zones 4-8 

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1 5 Gallon  own roots$45.00


Villard Blanc Grape - vitis vinifera x lubrusa
Grape Villard Blanc no border Highly disease resistant wine grape. Good fresh eating, attractive ornamental vine. Grows from TX to NJ. One of the easiest grapes to prune since it's almost devoid of tendrils. Clusters up to 5 lbs. Space 8' to 10' on 2 wire trellis. May need sprays for black rot. The grape cluster photo included with this description was "bagged" the entire season before photo was taken. Grapes ripen late September 25th here at the nursery. Zones 7-9.
 

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Ison's Muscadine Native Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Isons fruit Ison's is an early ripening muscadine grape. Ripens yearly at the nursery with no insect or disease spraying. Large black sweet fruit with tart skin. Very, very disease resistant. Self fertile. Native Space 4'x 8' trellis 6' tall. Zone 7-9.

 

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Mars Seedless Grape - Vitus lubrusca hybrid
Grape Mars 2011 Mars is a blue seedless grape, good in hot summer areas. The most disease resistant seedless.Usually ripens in late July and usually needs to be sprayed for Black Rot. The grapes pictured were not sprayed but bagged. Space 8' apart on a 6' high trellis. Zones 4-8. Flavor similar to Concord and excellent. Texture not slip skin but thin skinned and meaty like vinifera grapes. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$18.00


Carlos Bronze Muscadine Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Carlos Friuts Carlos is a yellow muscadine, sweet and self-fertile with a pleasing flavor. No spraying or bagging of fruit clusters needed. Native. The most widely planted yellow muscadine in North Carolina. Space 4' x 8', trellis 6' tall. Zones 7-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$18.00


Sugargate Black Muscadine Native Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Early Black Muscadine Fruit very large; skin dark; flavor excellent, sugar in individual berries up to 21%. Fruit ripens earliest of all our muscadines. Vigorous, productive with large clusters. Recommended by Professor John Clark, University of Arkansas grape breeding program, as a excellent grape for the homeowner. Quite a hit at the Fall Fruit Day. Sugargate is as bud hardy as Mars Seedless grape. Native Space 4' x 8' trellis 6' tall. Plant Sugargate with a perfect flowering muscadine like Carlos, Isons or Delicious cause Sugargate needs a mate. Zone 6-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 Quart Pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$20.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon  own roots$30.00



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Kay Gray Grape - Vitus lubrusca hybrid
Grape Kay Gray At our nursery they are sweet and very early ( August 15) and very delicious. In addition to the good resistance to disease, the vine has withstood negative 42ºF without damage. The vines are vigorous. Vines can be trained to cordons with three bud spurs, or to canes to insure more crop. Liked by organic growers, the clusters are pleasant to eat. Kay Gray is a cross between MN 78 and Golden Muscat. Zone 3 7. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$5.00


America Grape - Vitus aestivalis hybd
Grape America T. V. Munson from Dennison TX, devoted much of his life to developing grapes that would grow in his challenging area. By introducing native species into his breeding program, he bread disease resistance into his varieties. One of his grapes, America, we've grown for many years at the nursery. The blue black seeded grape has very acceptable fruit without sprays. Annually prune as Concord (long pruning). Very resistant to black rot. Flavor is very high. America has potential for Port wine or dry wine in warmer regions such as zones 7 & 8.
 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$6.00 * Ready Date (see note)
1 4 inch pot  own roots$8.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Niagra Grape - Vitus lubrusca
Grape Niagra Niagra is a versatile as Concord. Welch's white grape juice is made from the fruits of this vine. Very productive and vigorous and deliciously sweet. Usually needs at least one spray for black rot or bag bunches. Space 8'in row on a 6' height trellis. Zones 3-7 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Alden Grape - Vitus lubrusca hybrid
Grape Alden Clusters Alden is a deep blue Concord colored grape with California grape characteristics. The fruit's meaty non-slipskin texture is similar to vinifera grapes and the flavor is excellent. Joe Volk from PA (North American Fruit Explorers) felt strongly that Alden should be a part of our offerings. Usually needs spraying for black rot (at least one)or bagging of the clusters. Among the largest size grapes of the American varieties ripening a few weeks before Concord. Primarily used for fresh eating. Pruning is usually close, leaving about half the buds than a pruned Concord. Thin clusters, has a tendency to over bare. Zone 5-7 Space @ 6' apart on 6' tall trellis. 

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1 1 Gallon  own roots$20.00


Moored Grape - Vitus lubrusca Linne
Grape Moored The Moored grape was named and released by the Research Division of Agriculture and Life Sciences of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. This is the second grape variety resulting from the grape breeding program initiated by Professor Robert C. Moore, more than sixty years ago. It was named Moored in recognition of the many years of service given by Professor Moore to the program in fruit breeding at V.P.I. Excellent for juice and fresh eating. Concord-like but earlier and red. Space 10 - 12' on 6' wire trellis. Zone 5 - 8.

 

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1 Quart Pot  own roots$10.00
1 3 Gallon  own roots$35.00


Noble Muscadine Grape - Vitus rotundifolia
Grape Noble If you are planting a black juice muscadine, you are likely going to plant 'Noble'. There are few weaknesses with this cultivar, it is productive, self fertile, disease resistant, and produces a good quality juice. Another main benefit to 'Noble' as a juice grape is the fact that its purple pigments are more stable than most muscadines which tend to brown over time. Noble is the leading red wine cultivar and should be your first choice for this use. Can pollinate the earlier variety Sugargate. Zones 7-9 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$15.00


Vines - Kiwis - Fuzzy
Fuzzy Male Kiwi - Actinidia deliciosa
Kiwi Male Fuzzy Flowers Pollinates Elmwood Fuzzy Kiwi and Saanichton and Vincent females only! Will NOT pollinate "hardy" kiwis. Zones 5-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Saanichton Fuzzy Kiwi - Actinidia deliciosa
Kiwi fuzzy elmwood saan The popular store bought species usually is not adapted to East Coast conditions. Saanichton has proven itself at our nursery and is worthy of trial. An attractive vine, one of the prettiest at our nursery with very large passion flower-like blooms and fruit the size of store bought fruits. Ripens 2 weeks earlier than Elmwood. It takes our fluctuating temperatures unlike most fuzzy kiwis. Comes into bearing early, usually 1 to 2 years. A "fuzzy male" must be grown with Saanichton for fruit set. Space 15' apart. Zone 7-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00
1 1 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Vincent Fuzzy Female Kiwi - Actinidia deliciosa
Kiwi Female Vincent Produces tasty egg sized fruit, pollenated by male fuzzy. Bred for warmer climates, requires 100 hours of chilling and 240 frost free days. Hardy to 10-15 degrees when mature. Ripens in October.Space 15' apart on 3 wire T trellis or 10x10 pergola. Zone 8-9 

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1 3 Gallon  own roots$45.00


Vines - Kiwis - Hardy
Issai Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Issai fruit Issai has long fruits @ 1.5". Issai will produce one year after planting. Sets fruits without a male, but sets more with one. Not as vigorous as most arguta types, but similar in most respects. Less pruning required because of its early fruiting and spur type growth. May not be the best choice for Gulf states because soil conditions in summer can be too hot and too wet. Plant 8' apart on 6' trellis. Zones 6-9. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$30.00


Kens Red Hardy Female Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Kens Red Fruit In Bowl Fruits turn red when ripe. Flesh is red, mild and very sweet. Since Ken's Red is a female be sure to order a male to insure fruit set. Low-chill variety. Can be grown successfully in Gulf states, where it ripens at the end of June. One of the largest hardy kiwis. Since it crops heavily, it has a tendency to alternate bear. Heavy bearing one year, little or no bearing the next. Space 10' to 15' apart on 6' tall trellis. Zones 6-9. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Anna Hardy Female Kiwi (Ananasnaya) - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Anna fruit Anna's grape-size fruits hang in bunches on this most vigorous productive vine. Spacing 15' apart. A good beginner kiwi, easy to get growing. Very productive, also called Ananasnaya. The fruits are medium size and of the arguta species. Not the Russian kolomikta species with the similar name. Space on a T trellis @ 15' apart. Ripens later in the season than Dumbarton Oaks female by about 3 weeks. Very ornamental with showy red leaf stems. Needs a mate. Spur prune throughout the growing season for earlier fruiting and greatest productivity and bushy appearance. Zones 5-9. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00


Dumbarton Oaks Hardy Female Kiwi - Actindia arguta
Kiwi D O female fruit Early maturing, Dumbarton Oaks hardy kiwi ripens three weeks before Anna. One of our favorites! Original vine growing in Georgetown, Washington DC. Only Fifty Five female kiwi ripens earlier at the nursery. Space 15' apart on T trellis. Zones 5-8. (Don't forget to order a male if you don't already have one. See Hardy Male) 

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Fortyniner Hardy Female Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi 49er fruit (74-49) Large-shouldered fruit. Very pretty large-leafed vine. Ripens with Geneva and Arbor-eat-um. Very productive and reliable. Zones 5-8. Space @ 15' apart on a 6' wire trellis. 

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Meyer's Cordifolia Hardy Female Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi cordifolia fruit High sweetness, non-bitter skin, round-shouldered fruit. Low-chill variety and very productive, proving to be one of the best flavored. Be sure to order a male kiwi for this plant. Plant 12' apart. Zones 5-9. 

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1 4 inch pot  own roots$12.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Geneva Hardy Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Geneva Fruits From the Dr. Slate collection found growing near Hedrick Hall at the Cornell Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. Has regularly produced at our nursery since 1990. Fruits are medium size, round, shouldered fruit ripening mid season after Dumbarton Oaks and before Anna. Zone 5-8. This is a female kiwi. Be sure to order a male (listed below) to cross pollinate. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Hardy Meader Male Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Hardy Male Flower Dr. Meader, plant breeder from NH, had this male growing at his farm in Rochester, NH. Probably from Korea, this adaptable male fathered the Ken's Red kiwi in tropical Australia. That's a pretty adaptable plant. Space 15 feet on T trellis. Zones 5-8 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


MSU Female Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi MSU Original plant found growing on the tennis court fence at Michigan State University in the 80's by Dan Sorensen, NAFEX member and amateur fruit enthusiast. Fruits are large, oval, shaped. Also called Jumbo and Michigan. Zones 5 - 8 Spacing 15 ' on T trellis. 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


74-46 Hardy Male Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Hardy Male Flower Originally selected from a kiwi project at a USDA Chico, CA. Along with 74-32 which blooms a few days earlier, Edible Landscaping acquired its first propagating material from Dr. Milbocker, Diamond Springs Station, Virginia Beach, VA. Both males do an excellent job pollinating our hardy kiwi Actinidia arguta females. One male can pollinate up to 8 female kiwi, and the best ratio is 1 to 5. Space @ 15' apart on 6' high wire trellis. Zones 5-8 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Fifty-five Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Fifty Five Earliest arguta to ripen in our collection. About 2-3 weeks earlier than Ken's Red or Dumbarton Oaks. Space @ 15' on 6' tall trellis. Ripens first fruits end of July at the nursery. Zone 5-8 

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74-32 Hardy Male Kiwi - Actinidia arguta
Kiwi Meader Male  over picnic table Selection from Chico, CA in 1974. Blooms a few days earlier than 74-46. Pollinates all of our Actinidia arguta varieties. Zone 5-8 Space 15' on 6' trellis 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$7.00
1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Vines - Kiwis - Russian
Kolomikta Russian Male (Tri-colored) - Actinidia kolomikta
Kiwi Male Kolomikta A striking rare ornamental that pollinates only the female Kolomikta. Space 6' apart in well drained soil. Very hardy vine, native to Europe, growing into Siberia. Takes up less space than other kiwi species. Does not tendril, so needs to be attached to a support. Will grow in shade. Zones 4-9. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00


Kolomikta Russian Female Kiwi - Actinidia kolomikta
Kiwi Kolomikta Female A fruiting selection of the Russian species Actinidia kolomikta. Can be planted 6' apart and in partial shade in the Virginia area. Fruit is earlier than A. arguta and smaller. The leaves are maple red in summer and mixed with green. Hardy to -35 degrees F. Zones 4-9 Space trellised 6' to 10' apart (Zones 7-9 shade). 

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1 3/4 Gallon  own roots$25.00